THE: WEATHER • ifi 21 Incl.—Probably dhow- idle of *<**! generally fair temperatures normal blow- SPECMJ, BARGAINS PLACED FOR SAFETY DAY SHOPPERS MAY 26TH A nine 37 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1938 __ ' ' • L ' */. ~u» ^ 1U images Columns 80 Number 35 EVEN BANDS IN SAFETY PARADE SECRET OUT! DEPUTY SHERIFF COGLEY is Sheriff Arthur Cogley ffering some of the "tor- nf third-degree" yesterday following the "break" of L of his marriage Decem- to Isabel Saunders, daugh- jlr. and Mrs . Thos. Saun- to Wlndom, December 28 and were married, returning to Ban- land Mrs. Cogley returning to her duties teaching school. The marriage secret was kept till yesterday, and with the close of the school was, announced. According to reports in Algona a large number of friends and well wishers of the deputy sheriff in Bancroft are planning an "informal call" upon him in the next few evenings to return some of the charivaris in which he has participated in the past. And friends in the courthouse, p ''"mored, are also planning a few "tributes" to a man who would, could, and did keep such an important fact secret from intimates there. And they are turning tables by keeping secret the form and manner in which he will be initiated into the order of courthouse married men, henca the worry. Mr. Cogley, since coming to Al- gona when Casey Loss I became sheriff January 1, 1037, i has become popular not only I in the courthouse, but in the Algona bus- ines and professional district. His work as deputy has beed praised by attorneys, and he has | been an excellent assistant to Sheriff Loss. The couple will move! into a house here in the aext couple of weeks, and will be at home after June 15. [entort Meat Market Raided by Burglars Tuesday Night *^ *^ •i • ' . ^^^^ I IAGE ALSO INTEREDTO TOOLS '25 Cents and a uantity of Meat is Taken. felars broke into the Ed. •od meat market at Fenton .'arly hour Wednesday morn- ! Id ransacked the market and Kraold Heinzinger garage,! I is located in the back part (building. Loot consisted of tier's worth of loose change ' I the till, and about $5 worth I It. . [burglary is r believed to Jiaye pd after midnight and"Borne' kfore 3 a. m. No street lights prning at that hour, and the »s dark. The night was cold, f and there was some rain. Deputy Investigates. July Sheriff Arthur Cogley [ailed to Fenton yesterday ; and made an investlga- However before he arrived flers began work repairing created, and hence an Hy to take fingerprints ... „ ;— the ourglars online hemzinger garage first, m the back door, and Ins about the room. They wrecking bar and a hack jn the garage tool box, w them attempted to pry , t the front door of the meat "Pen. Failing in this one « the door was broken and opened from the inside. lockers Undisturbed. "ld 1 fn n S' flr ° £ stora se locked to Fenton residents and ,5. the neighborhood, in a adjoining the meat and no t of the build- to have been door ' of th e vault f warmth - was too , (burelars to attempt. 'f manager of the butcher for the locker persons s or merchandise obw. D ° < not toucU or hand- S b? B »h cu , lprlt ? are not can h/ e!r prlnt3 - sus - tho « qulckljr checked he L "Wrint record «e scene of the crime. * Crime "Season." the °, ther ' of 8uch Clean-Up is Urged. Mayor C. F. Specht is asking that home premises be cleaned up before Decoration day. flrst of ^pton "Sunday olfers 'Glad Rags' Adorn Manly Figures of Algona's Officers Marshal Tan Alstlno and Deputies Cecil McOinnis and Arthur Moulds blossomed out a week ago in brand new police uniforms all the way from head to foot. The uniforms are of the regulation blue, and the buttons are of bright brass, as are, also, the official shields on cap and coat. They had to buy the uniforms out of their own pockets, for the hard-hearted city dads make no appropriation for official clothing. It Is understood that the three officers agreed to don the new outfits at the same time as a means of joint support against jibes of envious observers. For a few days the officers felt rather conspicuous and self-conscious in the new "scenery," but it is now getting to be an old story. 17 FOXES NABBED BY BURT LEAGUE MEMBERS The Burt chapter of the Kossath Conservation League held a monthly meeting Monday evening at the McDonald lumberyard office. Seventeen foxes have been captured by the members to date. The junior mem'bers are bringing in the most points in a contest aimed against starlings, crows, pocket gophers, foxes, and crow's eggs. Richard Bristow has brought in the most points so far, with Frank Becker a close' second. Arvid Dettman has caught the most pocket gophers. The contest closes June 15, when the losers will entertain the winners. Plans, were discussed for luild- ing a few stiles for easy access to the dams. There ara about 100 paid-up memberships in the Burt league, and 50 active junior members. MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 140-160 $7.25-7.50 Best light butch., 160-180 $7.50-7.75 Best light butch., 180-220 ____ $8.00 Best light butch., 220-250 ____ $7.90 Med. hvy., 250-270 ___ ....... $7.75 Med. heavy, 270-290- ....... —$7.60 Med. heavy, 2907325 . ...... —$7.45 Butchers, 325-350 ...... _____ $7.30 Butchers., 350-400 _______ $7.00-7.10 Packing sows, 275-350 ------ $7.00 Packing sows, 350-400 - ----- $6.90 Packing- sows, 400-500 ------- $6.80 CATTLE anners and cutters ---- $2.75-3.75 Veal calves — - --------- ;.$5.00-7.50 Stock steers ------------ $6.00-7.00 Fat yearlings , __________ $6.00-7.00 Fat steers ,. _____________ $7.00-8.00 Bulls — ....... _________ $4.50-5.50 Fat cows .......... ----- $4.00-6.00 GHAUT No. 3 mixed corn ........... 42%c No. 3 white corn ------ ..... — 43c No. 2 white corn _— ,_ ........ 45c to. 3 yellow corn ------------- 43c Vo. 2 yellow corn ------------ 45c No. 2 white oats ............ — 21c Sennerys — No. I ... No. 2 Cash cream- No. 1 EGGS I8c .26c . — No. 2 -— 24c .27c Sens, over 6 Uw. , — r -14c Hens, 4 to 5 ibs. ———J*° Sens, under 4 llba. ""H c Uesftora hena —_, —lie Cocks, under 4% --- *° Cocks,. over 4% —.— —°c Geeee,' live — —J}° Ducks, live — c":S° ' -- - to change by the time of TRACK SQUAD ENDS YEAR AT CLARION MEET Win 14 Points in a District Meet at Britt. The Algona high school track team won 14 points in the district track meet at Britt Saturday. Charles City won 60 .points to be high team of the meet in which 13 schools took part. Algona's points were won as follows. The 880-yd. relay team too third place for six points, with Willson, Douglas Wagner, running. Neville, McNeil am won third place in the 'discuss foi three points, and fifth in the javelin for one point. Muckey won fourth in the broad jump for two points, and fifth in the high jump for another point and Kenneth Lynk won fifth in the high hurdles for another point. This week Saturday the locals will take part in the "Cowiboy" relays at Clarion, and Coach Flndley plans to take the following boys to the meet: Willason, Wagner Pouglas, Neville, Stevens, Brandow, Crapser, Lund, Muckey, Lynk and McNeil, The first four named will enter the 440-yd. and 880-yd. relays. Willason and Wagner will enter the 100-yd. dash, Douglas and Neville the 220-yd. dash, Neville and Stevens in the 440, Brandow in the 880, and Crapser and Lund in the mile runs. Muckey will take part in the pole vault, Lynk, Willason, and Muckey in the high jump, Muckey in the broad jump,' McNeil in the javelin, and McNeil and Lynk in the discuss throw. Willason will also throw the shot, and Lynk and McNeil are entered in the high hurdles. Two Algonians in Regional Contest Richard Keen and Betty Merritt will take part in a national regional music contest at Minneapolis ;his week-end. They recently won superior ratings in a district contest at Britt with tenor and bassoon solos respectively. They will >e accompanied by Betty's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Richard's mother, Mrs. R. J. Keen, Mrs. S 1 . E. Sawyer, her daughter Phylis, and Mrs. Donald Hutchins. Mrs. Hutohins will accompany the soloists at the piano. Women Will Plan Project for Year Kossuth county commitiee women, consisting of the club leaders and township representatives, will meet at the Bancroft public school next week Wednesday to E>lan next year's project, which is lased upon foods >md nutrition and the use of homo-produced foods. This will meeting. . Mrs. Algona Youth Has Serious Operation Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough were called to Eugene, Ore., last week Thursday by word that their son Tohn, employed in the government forestry service there, had had a serious operation. T. C. Huichlson ook tljem as far as Ames Thursday. John's condition has not been earned here. The Hough daughter Mary Ann, local high school stu- lent, is with her aunt, Mrs. Belle Purvis, for the time being. Fight Card to be Held Monday. A phone call this morning announces that the fight card at Graettinger, postponefd last Monday, will be 'held next Monday night. The card is being promoted by Jack Phillips and Buchan. It s one of the best cards to be held n this part of the state this .season. There are six events and every fight is a six round main go. Algona Girl Vas 'Queen'. Dorothy McEnroe, of the Chero- ee Junior college, presided as the Queen of the spring 'prom'. She has finished her sophomore year at Cherokee and will enter the Jniyersity of Iowa next fall as a unior. five to Caw lake, Charles LaBarre, T. H. Holmes, A. W. Amunson, Russell Cook, and John Beiser left Saturday to fish at Cf98 Itfke, Minn. Bible is Given to the Corwith OJ E. S. Corwith, May 16—Paradise lodge of the 0. E. S. Here has received a beautiful altar bi<ble from Mrs. Mabel Stull. It was the property of her father, the late 0. H| Stilson, and is a rare edition, bouijd in embossed red leather, with hand illumination. It is the Kirlg James version, and contains | all the apocryphal books. Dr. P.; E. Wailey is presenting a set of book marks for use in lodge wb.rk. Formal record of the acceptance was made at a lodge session last week Tuesday evening. (Mr. Stilson was a charter member of the lodge. 34 New Cars Put on Road in May Six new cars were sold in' the county last week, whichj brought the total for mid-May to |34, G. L. Laird, and the Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory, Algqna, and Albert W. Brand, Ledyarij, bought Chevrolets; Dr. J. W. Mc'Creery, Whittemore, and Fred A. Diekmann, Wesley, Buicks; and Ray A. Stone, Lu Verne, a Plymouth, If sales for the rest of May equal' the record so far the figured will be somewhere near those of a year ago and will emphasize the fact that the depression in the east is having little effect in Iowa. Four Permits to . Wed are Issued Licenses to wed were issutd to four couples last week py Mrs. Katharine'McEvoy, clerk) of the district court. They went to: Paul Sucker, Fairfield, and Margaret Malloy, Algona; David S^edberg, Fairbault, Minn., and* Frieda Toenges, Lake Crystal, Minn.; Leonard Ed, Ray Edmund, and Nellie Pearl Carmany, tooth of Minneapolis, Minn.;. Cydris 1 Palmar Litts, Dows, and Lucille Joy Luudo, Clarion. BACCALAUREATE TO BE GIVEN SUNDAY NIGHT Bruce Mahon Speaks at Commencement Next Thursday. The final week of school for Algona seniors begins with Bac- calauerate exercises in the high school auditorium Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. F. Earl Burgess, of the Methodist church. Plans were not completed yesterday for the graduation exercises to be given next week Thursday evening in the auditorium but Bruce Mahon, director of the extension department of the Univer- versity of Iowa, will be the commencement sipeaker. The school year ends next week Friday. The program for the Baccalaureate exercises Sunday evening follows: Processional, high school orchestra, directed by H. R. Rasmusson, playing "Entrance and March of the Peers," from lolantheat, by Arthur Sullivan, and "Song of India," from Sadko-'Remsky-Korsa kow. Invocation, the Rev. F. C. Volzke. " Meditation ," arranged b y Brahms, and "The Builder" by Chas. W. Cadman, high school mixed chorus, Carmen Roskopf,, director. Scripture Lesson, the Rev. Geo Vance. Prayer, the Rev. Char lee Pfeiffer. Vocal solo, Donald Johnson, "Be the Best of Whatever You Are,' by Wells. Sermon, the Rev. Mr. Burgess. Hymn, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee." ' Benediction, the Rev. L ,M Voorhees. Recessional, Meredith Richardson, "Largo," ty Handel. be an Lucille Dochran, Ames, assistant state H, D. A. leader, will be there all-day Lacock to help. ^r^ : Liquor Store Heads Will Have Meeting T. C. Sherman, manager of the state liquor store .id -i.. Dpltering, Bancroft, will attend a district meeting for the managers of the stores at Hampton next we *k Wed- lesday. The meeting is one of .six leld throughout the statp. Mrs. Sherman and several friends will accompany them, and will visit the nursery there. Tractor Upsets; Falls on Farmer Whittemore, May 18 — William pnes, farmer near Ro drain, had he misfortune one day last week o have the tra'ctor up se\ ng (both (bones in his lei he machine fell on him. M s a brother of Mrs. Hugh. To Fish tn/tenada. West Bend, May 16— Dr Pageant Planned for Fourth Here Plans are being rapidly formulated for the pageant in celebration of Iowa's territorial centennial, to be presented at the Fourth of July celebration at the fairgrounds this year. Mrs. E. W. Hansen will direct the production, and the cast will include from 250 to 300 people. It .is believed the Algona celebration will be the only one in this part of the state, and will be among .the earliest. Mrs. Hansen recently attended a meeting in Des Moines at which v&- geant details were discussed. The Fourth celebration -will be the only place in Kossuth county this year where fireworks will be shown. Fireworks of all • kinds, even sparklers, were -banned by a law effective January 1, the only exception 'being planned celebrations. School Exhibit Will Be Held Tomorrow Tomorrow evening, beginning at 8 o'clock, the annual school exhibit will be held in the high school auditorium. There is no charge for the event. The first hour will be taken up with a style show and modeling by the girls in the home economic classes, after which the exhibits of the manual training and other departments of the school wil be open for inspection of parents and others interested in the work. Baccalaureate for Academy Sunday The St. Cecelia academy "baccalaureate services will be held at the Catholic church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The program follows: processional; Ava Maria, by the choir; conferring of honors, the Rev. Father Mallinger; Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament; and Recessional. break, when •. Jones Puffy. Frank , Givens and Frank Mikes left Saturday night 'for Canada to fish. They plan to' be gone a week. Sent to a New Job Thomas Kemis, who his managing the Arnold Mot>r Sup- »ly store here for several years, IAS been transferred to a similar tore at. Sheldon. Mrs. Kemis. and he 'son Bobby will remain here or a few weeks. New Neon Sign. The Foster Furniture store has jrecte4 a new neon sign on the root of tbe store. The eljn' has 'Furniture" in perpeadlcUar por Won *nd "FosterV - j3 - — been Irvingtonian in Unplanned Ride on a Pig's Back Irvington, May 16—A. McLean had a unique pleasure of tiding astride a pig's back while he was at work' for 0. L. Miller one day last week. Tbe men were driving the PteSt when ,pne, just like a pig, decided to make a getaway, and tbe space between "Mac's" feet looked like the way to go. But either the pig t stood too high or *Mac w was geared too low, for «Mac" took a gay ride on the porker's back for 20 feet before deciding to drop off when the animal headed for a tree. Annual 4-H Rally Day Will Be Held June 7th at Burt Tuesday, June 7 has been set for the annual county Rally Day to be held at the Burt high school, Lucille Pepoon, H. D. A. has announced. More than 100 4-H girls in the county are expected to be present in uniform and to take part in the music memory and the picture memory contests, and in the song festival and folk games. Both the music and picture memory tests will be written. The music numbers will be played on the phonograph or piano, and the girls are to write the name of the selection, the composer, and the type of song. Eight numbers will be played. Ten pictures will be displayed, one at a time, while the girls write the name of the picture, the artist, and His nationality. The' song festival will be given by clulj groups, each club singing one song. Judges will determine club and individual winners in, both contests. A picnic luncheon will be at noon, and folk games will be played in the afternoon by all of the pirls. Election of oiiicers will also take place in the afternoon. Achievement Da has previously been the elect'sn day, but as a'l other counties in -he in clprut officers on Rally day, Kossuth has decided to do likewise. SUDDEN DEATH TAKES MOTHER OF NEW CHILD Mrs. Paul Stahl Dies After Birth of a Daughter. Irvington, May 16—Funeral services for Mrs. Paul Stahl, who died early Thursday morning from a hemorrhage and blood clot following birth of a . daughter, were held Saturday morning at St. Benedict. Mass was read by Mrs Stahl's brother, Father Victor Heiner, Conception, Mo. The Rev. Peter Stahl, uncle of Paul, assisted with the services. Pall bearers were Albert Heinen; Corwith and Herman Heinen, Milo, brothers of Mrs. Stahl; Howard Wallace, Lacona, and Richard Vanderlinden, Algona, brothers-in- law; Firman Heinen and Viadus Schurman, cousins. Burial was made in a St. Benedict cemetery. 'Mrs. Stahl gave -birth to a daughter, Mary Jane,' at one a. m Thursday, and birth seemed normal. The physician and nurse returned to Lu Verne, and Mr. Stahl went to Algona to get nis sister-in-law, Mrs. Richard Vanderlinden. In his absence the hem- morrhage occurred. Mrs. WHson, a neighbor, who was alone with Mrs. Stahl, called the doctor and did what she could, but death came in a few minutes. Two other children, James, 7, and Leo. 4, survive; also Mrs. Stahl's father, Andrew Heinen, Milo, who came for the funeral. Other sisters and brothers, all of whom were at the services, are: Mrs. Theresa Wallace, Lacona; and Bernadine, Bernard and Norbert, all of Milo. Two aunts, Mrs. John Greubel, Milo, and Mrs. Frank Schurman, Lacona, with their husbands, were here for the services. Mrs. Stahl's mother died six years ago. Mrs. Stahl was born October 7, 1911, at Milo, first child of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Heinen. Later the family lived a few miles east of Galbraith for a number of years. On June 18, 1930, marriage :oo place at St. Benedict, and the :ouple lived in the same community during the eight years of their marriage, for several years on the John Daub farm, 6% 'miles east of Galbraith. Wesley Woman is Victim of Stroke Mrs. Henry Lolling, on the Harry Harris farm five miles northeast of "Wesley, suffered a stroke Saturday evening while she was milking a cow. She was unconscious till Tuesday morning, and the doctor said Tuesday that here was little hope for complete •ecovery. Wednesday she talked a ittle and it was believed that she will gradually regain partial health. Golf Season for Women is Opened Several Algona women started olf lessons and play for this season Wednesday afternoon. A pot uck luncheon was served at 12, with a large group attending. Golf was played in the afternoon. Mrs. B. Timm .and Mrs. C. R. Holt are chairmen of the golf committee for the season. Mrs. D. P. Smith won a blind bogey prize, and Mrs. Tool Herbst, low^gross. District Meeting is Here Next Tuesday A district Degree of Honor convention will be held at the Algona Legion hall next Tuesday. An attendance oif 50 is expected from four towns: Mason City, Esther- Tille, Emmetsiburg, and Spencer. Mrs. Roy Roeder Is presdient 'of the local club. », I. teffert o» Shelf, D. L. Leffert has .been unable to work this week' because of an attack of phlebitis, which, is in- flamation of a vein. He is a partner in the Algona Flour & Feed Store. AIR-MAIL PLANE LANDING DOUBTFUL Cloudy, rainy skies this morning made it doubtful that John Hauptman, Wesley, could land and take off in his plane from the Algona airport to carry the special air-mail letters as a part of air-mail week. Final decision was to be made at noon. M the weather is still unfavorable then Postmaster W. W. Sullivan will take all air-mail letters here to Wesley by car, where Mr.'Hauptman has a more satisfactory landing field. Up to 9 o'clock this morning there were. 169 air-mail letters' to go out on this special plane, and it was anticipated that the number might ibe doubled by 1 o'clock, the closing time. Swea City phoned that 200 letters were coming from there to Algona to take the plane here. WRECKED GARS TO BE TOWED AS EXAMPLES State Officials are to Speak at Event Next Week. Seven bands will march in the Safety day parade here next Thursday afternoon, and more than 100 floats and units are expected to be in the line of march. CHICK THIEF GETS 5 YEARS AT ANAMOSA Pleads Guilty and Begins His Sentence Tuesday. Reuben Krueger, Burt, was sentenced to five years in Anamosa Saturday by Judge George Heald after a plea of guilty to charge of stealing chickens. He was taken :o Anamosa Tuesday by Sheriff lasey Loss to begin serving his term. Krueger was arrested some two weeks ago after selling some chickens at Burt. In a confession le admitted taking chickens from Earl Shtpler and John Schultz. Krueger moved into the Burt neighborhood from the drought- striken area in the Dakotas last fall. He claimed to .be forced into stealing because of a lack of food 'or himself, his wife and their baby, only a few months old. Sentence was held up for some days while Sheriff Loss checked fingerprints with records at Des Moines and Washington, D. 3., and is was discovered that he lad a forgery record. The sentence was the minimum. Truck Falls on Lu Verne Mechanic Lu Verne, May 18—Henry Ris- au was Working under his truck n the Gardner garage Thursday when the chain holding it up slipped and the truck fell on him, earing ligaments of his should- ar and breaking two ribs. Mr. Gardner succeeded in lifting the part of the truck that was on him 10 that hecouldbe removed. Earl Hall to Give Burt H. S. Address Burt, May 17—The Rev. C. B. iQtchell will preach the 'hacca- aureate sermon Sunday evening, tfay 22, in the high school auditorium. Commencement exercises will be on May 26, and W. Earl Hall, managing editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, will de iver the address^ They Fished at Okobojis. Four fisherman—Lloyd Wellendorf, Harold Lampright, Henry Decker, and Dennis Goeders—re- ;urned Sunday' from the week-end fishing at Spirit Lake. They had good luck, catching some pike and some bass. As usual "the big one got away. j, Beaches California. Mr. and Mrs,. T. c. Sherman received word yesterday that their son Richard bad arrived at Holly- wood'safely eftej? three days ojt driving trow kere- Be wttl rewrite Movies of the Safety Day parade here will he taken by the Iowa News Flashes camera crew for -showing in motion picture theaters all over the state. It is anticipated that prints of this film wilt then be used by safety councils in the state as a part of the motion picture program given by. councils and highway patrolmen to schools and at meetings. Bands coming from out-of-town are the Titonka, Swea City, Bancroft and Lotts Creek organizations, and the three Algona bands, the Municipal, and the Senior and Junior high school organizations will also be in the parade. At a "clean-up" meeting of chairmen of the various committees in charge of the day held last night, plans for the parade and other events were completed, and committees named to call on each business establishment in Algona. and require a float of some nature for the parade. Banners giving safety hints, not necessarily confined to highway safety, will be asked on all of the floats. To Show Wrecked Cars. Also in the parade will be wreck-trucks from the local garages, many towing cars which have been smashed up in accidents. The city fire trucks will participate as a warning of the hazards of fire, not only in the home and business, but in cars The service clubs, Chamber of Commerce, and other organizations will furnish floats, or marching units. There will be several highway patrol cars in Algona and these will participate in the parade as an example of the work the patrol is doing in restraining causes of accidents. Also in the parade will be main- :enance tractors, trucks, and highway equipment used by the state and county crews on Kossuth •oads. Bicycles are Wanted. A special unit for youngsters on bicycles is also planned. The state safety council is conducting a drive for bicycle members, and for a minimum fee special membership plates in the bicycle brigade are available. It is not necessary :hat local bicycles be registered 'or this parade, and the committee hopes that every bicycle in Algona will have a rider for the parade. The parade will begin promptly at 2 o'clock, and at its conclusion .he program will be conducted at ;he corner of State and Thorington streets. The new safety flag, a blue design on a white background, will be raised to the top of the staff on the Algona hotel tower, where it will fly day and night till a highway fatality occurs. The flag is then lowered to mlf mast for 24 hours, then raised o the top again. A black bar is placed on the flag for each fatal- ty. Kraschcl May Come. It is now reported that there is • a possibility of Governor Kraschel leading the group of state dignl- ;aries who will come to Algona for he day. Among those who have .Iready indicated that they ivill be lere are: Vic Stueland, safety di- ector of the American Legion, of forest City; Harry Nestle, assistant chief of the highway 1 patrol, ~ Moines; Matthew Thompson, Dodge, eighth district chairman of State Safety Council; Phil Sproul, executive secretary State Safety Council, Des Moines; L. W. Wilkie, treasurer State Safety Council, Des Moines; Earl Hall, managing editor Globe-Gazette, Mason City. Kiwanians Go to Fort Dodge Meet Thirtynflve or forty members of the Kiwanis club, and some of their wives, will be guests of the Fort Dodge Kiwanians at an inter- cluib dinner this evening (Thursday) at the Hotel Warden, at Fort Dodge. O. S. Reiley, member of the local club, will speak, and the rest of the program will be furnished by the Webster City club. Housecleanlng Help Wanted, There have been numerous call? at the reeroployment office- the test *e w da y« froi » WOBW^ srf$" help at house cleaning. The mea will hire by ttie W 4«yoae who wtsjfij $e 4J L **W?
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