Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 9
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ECOND SECTION 3V town re DECEMBER 8,1938 OLLOF AUTO DEATHS JS GROWING EACH WEEK EIOWAHS IRE VICTIMS IN ACCIDENTS lit AUTOS lust week: -old Carol *«' Tlsterl .° U ' Near. Cass' SS A.J? tantzky, 25-year- ue salesman, - train-auto .inn . . At Davenport, Mrs ,.Teuton, 72, struck by a cat L by Harold Elaton, 18, high fen • . . At Marsnalltown *24, of injuries suf- 29, when an auto OUR FELLOW DRIVERS By Mueller F h ,' cll Bhe was riding rammed n 'TWA p° le • •'• Near Denleon £Sold Harold Frazier, atrucl U to driven by Le Roy Helph frirroll, as Franzier was walk K. 30.. Near Wushburn J Hawk county, 4-year-olc Frost, when a 'car door cam ' and he fell to the pavemen font north of Des Molnes Pau Ik 37, Elmer-'Soaker, 35, both nbridge, Story county, when outhbound auto crashed Into * of an eastbound Des "& Central Iowa Interur- nreight train ... North of Dav- John McMillan, 33-year-old ^goan, when^his auto collided Ta poultry truck. f\ BRIEFS! At Newton, Mrs. Berg, wilfe Of the superin- munity with tho amount of monoyjFalls. The youth who sat down Tent of schools, was overcome ! paid out by Herald employes each i before the Black Hawk county ARMSTRONG'S GIRLS DEFEAT RINGSTEDERS Ai-mstrong, Dec. 6 — The girls' and boys' basketball team divided a turn bill at Ringsted. Friday night, with the local girls again victors, though they failed to 'click" in some ways, particularly that the forwards' attempts were mostly futile. This was the first time in years that the Armstrong girls had had difficulty in defeating Ringsted. The Ringsted girls were on their mettle till the final whistle. The score was tied 11-ali at the half, 19-all at the 3rd quarter. Then in the final period Donna Miller, the Cabath, Marvis Burgess, and Mar- Hansen, Shirley Peterson, Marie Irmiter, Corene Miller, Marjor- le Benton. The boy's game was not interesting, for Ringsted had the edge, with much more experienced players. Tho score at the half was 19-4 in Ringsted's favor and at the end o£ the third quarter Ringsted still led, 33-13. Both teams then sent in substitutions, and Armstrong's "subs" really gave a swell performance, showing prospects of a good team in future. They held Ringsted to no 'scores, but themselves piled up eight points, Ringsted, however, triumphed, 33-21, Rob.ert Reid led the winners, with Speck Myers and his mates, Cecil Saunders, Lawrence Jensen, and Gerald Hendrlckson putting up a 'swell" floor game to win. Macintosh, Spirit Lake, referred. The Armstrong girls will play at Seneca this week Tuesday evening, Armstrong veteran forward, was lost via the foul route. Armstrong, however, won 29-25. Donna led the winners with 14 Travelers Safety Service loints, and C. Neve led the losera vith ten. The Ringsted line-up vas: captain, Bernice Jensen, Irene ^aulsen, Martha Larsen, Neve, Ruth Windrath, Rowena Tomlln- son, L. Christiansen. Armstrong's , was: captain, Donna Miller, Joyce l?J an '^as the only child of Mr. and Mrs. George Johonson, who moved to a farm near Armstrong last 1 "See, she's doing 72 miles an hour. I'd open her up but I've go! poor tires and my brakes don't hold." fumes from a basement!week," and to show how large a and was saved from 'as- t share oC it goes to merchants who tion only by timely arrival' advertise in the Herald. The dol- husband Jjr. Edward terson, new Iowa • university •h who holds a doctor of med- degree, lived at Oskaloosa as de school youth, later in Ma- where he was a high ol football star . . . Royalty, |wn Prince Olaf and Princess Ma, of Norway, will visit De(ah, seat of Luther college, on 6, when they make a U. S. next year rlon county, Ire a At Pershing, officers came to lars, some 1,500 o£ them, had to bo shipped in. A couple of years ago treasurer's door tfull two days before auto license plates went on sale, waiting for No. 1. He had food and a lobby armchair. APPEARING E* the movie Four Daughters, Priscilla, Rosemary and Lola Lane attracted 1,850 cus FARM MACHINERY killed one,! t ° mcr , s to the Empress theater, In injured two last week. The death dianola, or about half the popula the Advance and the Upper Des Moines tried out the same stunt. victim was J. D. Carmichael, 37,j tion ° f the toTwn ; T ^ Lane sisters Harlan. A are £ormer Indianola girls, bu Shelby county, near and the local boys will play Swea City here Friday night, Funeral for Monoxide Victim- Funeral services were held last week Wednesday at the local Presbyterian church for Norman Leonard Johnson, 18-year-old auto carbon monoxide victim with his| friend, Raphael Schulte, ' 20. Nor-1 ial was made at Curlew. New Skate Rink Opens— I The Holger-Due roller rink, opened last week Wednesday night with a capacity crowd. The rink is open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and Saturday nights, 7:30 to 10. The brick building In which it is conducted was built for the community's entertainment, and it has a recording machine for music, also new fibre-roller ball bearing skates. Other Armstrong News. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Halvorson, Blue Earth, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold LeMaire; Blmore, were day guests at the parental Halvorson's. The Carl Halvorsons visited Friday evening at the daughter Mrs. Arnold LeMaire's, Blue Earth. The Anton Guerdets were Sunday dinner guests at Conrad Lind- steiner's, near Fairmont. F. S. Bare is confined to bed at his daughter Mrs. Marguerite Bunt's. P. J. Schulte Is at Fairmont, receiving medical treatment. and at- tractor he was cranking ran forward, crushing him against a building. Northeast of Cresco Robert Moore lost part of his left hand 0 10 " 6 ° £ ' 1111 returned when then- 'ather, Doctor Mulligan, died, there some months ago. warrant on Mrs. Jesse Mc-|in a corn shredder. Sixteen-year- for illegal sale of liquor, old Francis McKinney suffered a • - broken right ankle and numerous bruises and cuts when his clothing was caught in a combine. EVER SINCE 1929, when ho was a junior exhibitor at the International Livestock exposition and received $8.25 a pound for a 950- pound Aberdeen-Angus steer, El- s agreed to go with the officers, ; while winding up a'domestic beforehand dropped dead of failure ... At Mount Ayr Ins licensed .his .1911 Hupmobile | the 29th time. It has one seat, cylinders, and runs just fine I. Seven Nachtigal rural pupils iLyon county voted eeven to 0 week for. hamburgers.' Thejliott Brown, Rose Hill, Mahaska plijren. were .going to have a feed, I one of the mothers, offered to county, has been winning prizes and coining money. In his latest Ish fried chicken. Moral: fried| triumph he received $1,475 for a is no novelty on the farm, (blue ribbon bull, Envious Blackcap IIX, exhibited at the International SILVER DOLLAR lias all j exposition, bought by a Millbrook, disappeared, but there are N. Y., farm. Bity of the "iron men" in circu- ' AMONG PEOPLE who will go to Ion at Oskaloosa: For " three the Daiily Herald there has young girl on a bridge tempting to violate her. LANDLORDS who insist that their share of the corn "shall be liusked and in crib by December 15" have not much to worry about this year. It Is estimated that not more than 5 per cent of Iowa corn remains' unhusked, mainly in southeastern counties. ON THE MISSOURI river near Westflield, Plymouth county, Francis Lydon, Sioux City, shot at a bird and killed his hunting companion, 20-year-old Earl Smith, also Sioux City. At Mason City three 15-ycar-oltl boys arrested in possession o£ a car stolen locally confessed to other crimes, including thefts of four spring from west of Ringsted. was born at Mallard, August He 11, 1920. The services were conducted by the Rev. R. R. Irvin, and bur- INO COMMONLY USED AD MEDIUM EXCEPT a HOME NEWSPAPER IS RATED AS A COMMUNITY ASSET WHEN THE BODY of 72-year. old Andrew Harshman was found n a shack near Onawa in which tie lived alone Coroner S. N. An- dereon estimated the man had been dead a week, probably of heart failure. An old age pensioner, $16 in cash was found In his pockets. AT OTTUOTA Elmer McFarland, 42, father of eight children, was sentenced to six months in. jail and his family was moved back' to other autos in Iowa, and Wisconsin, and a burglaries. -Minnesota,; _, ' - -otf? series STATE CIGARET tax collections for November amounted $147,951, some 1 $8 tober collection. 10 under the Oc- Beer taxes and license fees collected amounted to $93,086 as against $100,412 for October. AT COUNCIL BLUFFS, Mrs. James Connors, 57, committed suicide by slashing-her- throat and Newton. McFarland was' arrested , m -.ista with-a .razor. She.had been Jast October, after grabbing a| s i c ij. almost any extreme to be first in: emplypes .in silver dollars.! something must be included 18-1 B idea was to "acquaint the com- year-old Alvin Larsen, of Cedar S M O K E S More and More Smokers' Articles Become the Established Man's Gift Again we are prepared to supply you with gifts for the smokers' joyous ana cheerful Christmas, from one of the most complete stocks to be found anywhere. Remember, a mans j,est Wend is his favorite smoke. Acceptable Appropriate Economical You <** f^d a gift here for him at any price. Just a lew in Humidors <O Soft, supple, fmolted elk uppers with • contrasting trim. Regulation ski-hcelf. Natural ihecpi wool cuff/- O "*' GROOVED . SKI-HEEL Ladiei, let'i Ulk HEALTH Let's talk about a rubber over-shoe that keeps you dry as toast, and still has plenty of style. That'; what Sno-Pac does. They ctjme in popular heels, all sizes ' and fully fleece lined. 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