Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1939 · Page 1
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itom«d Iowa's Best Weekly Newspaper 1938 by State University £JT lofrfr-Memfor Casey's All-Anierlcan Newspaper Eleven, 1927 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1939 10 Pages 80 Columns Number 24 HURCHES PROTEST SUNDAY FAIR • -• • .» — — ~ '' ' ' ' • I . - - ........_ _________^_ jrport Vote Called March 27 OF NAMES IS OUND VALID Issue Depends , CAA, Airline Approval. city I an i game jr council Thuisday cah- electlon on airport bonds tlme as the general March 27, and reso- other legal technlcal- accomplish the election and are given first of- Ad- fpublicalton in today's I question, as put in the pe itlon and the official notico, is: "Shall the city of Algonn, Iowa, levy annually a special tax of not exceeding one and onc-fonrth mills per annum upon the taxable property within said City for n period of not more than twenty yours, collection of which is to be anticipated by the issuance of airport bonds not exceeding Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000), for the purpose of acquiring, Improving, and equipping a municipal airport, all as provided by Chapter 803-cl of the Code of Iowa?" •The motion to call the election was passed unanmlously after the petition bearing 321 names, near- without using the full amount, and only sufficient to meet these requirements would be asked for the present. Two Conditions Made. The airport, even though the election carries, is also -dependent upon two other conditions— one that the plans and specifications most encouraging, he said However, no airline ia now ready to commit itself until an airport is assured and appsovod by the CAA. Major Saul said minimum requirements for a Clii/js A fio'd would be runways 3500 feet long and 150 feet w'de, graveled and oiled to prevent a dust cloud each when drawn up by the city must! time a plane took off. The run- be approved by state and federal! ways must be sodrlel an additional LAST CALL IF LOAN ON 1938 CORN DESIRED Chairman Loss Warns That the Deadline Approaches. NEW ENGJNE IS DEDICATED TO KELLY MEMORY authorities. This is required by a section of the law, and without this approval the bonds cannot, be issued. Local enthusiasts also make ISO feet on each side of the graveled portion. Need Three Runways. Algona will require three runways: Northwest' to southeast; ly 100 more than waa presented to was required, the council by Major Saul, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Major Saul Monday said the amount of money to be made available for the airport by the levy would be ample to meet Civil Aeronautics' Authority requirements airline agree to mak>? Algona a regular mail and passenger stop before plans aud specifications avo given final approval Airlines Encouraging. Securing of airline operation will assure the port of being move than self supporting. Major Saul has been in communication witli two major airlines through this* part o£ the country, and their replies to correspondence have been ??!._^ ajo 5l northeast to southwest; and north to south. Winds blow less than 10 percent of the time from directions which would hamper landing here on these lanes. Hangar requirements would be one sufficient to huose one plane with a 96-ft. wing spread. The only other requirements would be an administration building to house the government employes and instruments sent here whea the field is adopted and approved. % Seeks Light-Water Meters FER PAYMENT lOR ALL HOME JWNEDMETERS Ordinance and iesolution Passed Thursday. brand water meters, h'ereto- Ipurchased by customers will leforth be owned by the city . new light and water ordi- i incorporating this feature mea effective with publica- |in today's Advance, pearing in the city minutes is rclution passed last Thursday council setting allowances WEST BEND'S GIRLS SEEK TITLE AGAIN The West Bond girls' basketball team advanced to the state tournament last week-end, after winning the district tournament by defeat- Ing Seneca, 64-27; Leland, 47-36; and Graettinger, 40-27. Other scores o£ the tournament were: Graettinger 47, Leland 31; Graettinger 39, Seneca 24; Seneca 33, Leland 28. Leland lost all three games, and Graettinger won two games. •The state meet begins next week Thursday in,.,the Drake field house at Des Moines",' with West Bend in the lower bracket and paired for the first game with Van Meter. SECTIONAL AT LIVERMORE TO OPEN MARCH 1 REMOVE KERNEL CORN FROM BABY'S THROAT Ledyard, Feb. 27—Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar drove 'to Rochester last" week Monday and brought home their 2-year-old son Sydney, who had been there ten days while a tube was being removed from his throat. A kernel of corn lodged in the child's windpipe last November 3. He was taken to Rochester where an incision was made and the kernel cut into three parts and removed. A tube was then inserted to let him breathe, and this was left in the neck four months. The child is..now. doing well., Mr. Skaar is a trucker, and his wife is the former Wilma Payne of Ledyard. w ui-Bi KIUUB wiiu ,«u ««=..«=.. Livermore this week Thursday. Tnere ls one other s(m , five months The West Bend girls are given night to take part in a sect.onal o ld. an even chance of winning the | tournament. The locals will meet • state title again this year, for the I the Corwith team that evening at j strongest teams are in the upper ,8:20. . , bracket, and titleists will not meeti The Corwith team has had 'Corn loans must be completed by April 1, advises County Chairman Robert Loss of the KosSuth Agricultural Conservation association. Since it usually takes at least a week, sometimes a month, o complete a loan, Mr. Loss ad- ises early application. As of Saturday the secretary, C. I. Janvrin, reported that loans on 2402 cribs sealed had been completed, amounting to 2,526,194 bushels or $1,439,930.58. Some 2900 applications are on file. Big Boost in Sealing. The corn sealed this year is approximately three times the amount under seal last year—800,000 bushels with $400,000 paid out then. Loss expects the final total to be well over 3,000,000 bushels, for many applications are being received daily. The reason given for the increase in the amount of corn sealed on which loan 'applications are granted is the fact that the termination of the loan and note agreement last year was as of November 1. This seemed to prevent some farmers from .making application because they were not sure of having their cribs by that time. Earlier Maturity Bate. The 1000 h. p. Bicscl engine purchased by the city last year and Installed just before the death of J. >V. Kelly October ll was dedicated to him last[ week by the city council. A brass plate was attached (o the engine reading, "In Memoriani 1911-1938. Inj appreciation and memory of the 27 years of faithful and efficient service of Joe Kelly as superintendent of the City water and light plant, we dedicate this engine." The test run on the engine was not made till a week after Mr. Kelly's death. Silver Gray Still Tops the Bowlers; Now Lead 4 Games The "oyster stew eaters" on the Silver Gray boWling team advanced their lead in the league last week and are now ahead four games. Last night Lu Verne and Burt were to play; tonight the Farmers will play the Courthouse; Nick's and Botsford's are scheduled for tomorrow night; Silver Gray and Wesley, Thursday; the J. C. C. and Titonka Friday. Standings after last week's games were: W L | Silver Gray 46 18 Titonka 42 22 i Nick's 37 26 I Farmers 35 28 ! Wesley — 33 30 i Botsford's 31 32 1 Courthouse 28 35 'Lu Verne 24 37 Burt 22 41 J. C. C. 1 44 PASTORS ASK OFFICIALS TO CHANGE DATES Petitions are Being Circulated All Over the County. WRESTLER IS VICTIM OF A BROKEN BONE Orville Bakken Laid Up Since the Meet at Ft. Dodge. WHEW ! Algona Scheduled to Play Corwith Boys March 2nd, Coach Lawrence Flndley and the high school basketball team go to This year the maturity date has been pushed up to August 1. Fann- ers can thus be sure of their cribs being empty for the 1939 crop. Also this year tbere is greater Orville Bakken, plucky 95-lb. wrestler on the high school wrestling team, suffeijed a broken right arm above the wrist in the finals of the state wrestling tournament at Fort Dodge last week-end. Bakken had won the first round, also the semi-filial, by defeating Orcutt, of Davenport, but in the Old Man Winter came back again last night! He blew and he blew, and he huffed and he puffed, and he sprinkled the wind with snow, and he raged all night long, and this morning he was still going strong. It was a last demonstration that lie wasn't out of this year's picture yet—or was it the last? Anyhow people had to hutf and puff to get up town this morning through the drifts, and autos and trucks had a hard time of it, and the city snowplow was in for it again, and it was piercing cold, and the sky was lowering and gray, and everybody was tickled pink to see more of "the beautiful"—TO HECK WITH IT! But spring, tra la, is just around ;he corner. difference between the sealing! final bout wit h Macke, Fort Dodge, m-ice and the market price of corn. Last year corn was sealed at 50c his arm was broken shortly after the start, when when it was selling at 40c and 45c. | t j, e f [ oor _ The market value this year is' West Bend till the final rounds. ment follow: made by the city for buying ( UPPER BRACKET. already in use. The city Eddyville vs. Hansell. meters bt requiring that meters be L enn ox vs. Mallard. [io the city, but in the event oiin vs. Seymour. ustomer does not wish to sell, ' city meter will be installed |the old one rempved and ; de' to the owner. lowances for the old meters Relieved to be exceptionally pi Electric meters Installed i January 1, 1938, wfll be ac- l at the original price by the rices ranging from $7.50 to set out for other meters, ding to type and age, 'and the | of payment for each is set In the resolution on page ! of this issue. meters will be paid for i percentage of the original based on the length of time I have been in service. Water |rs installed since Jan. 1, 19»ill be paid for at original Others will be paid as fol- ' 75 per cent from 1934 to 50 percent from 1929 -to 25 per cent 1919 to 1929; 10 per cent on all other. action was taken by the do away with complaints customers and the city tog meters. Many metere running slow or fasl ) be repaired. These are Wi, and some customers have I them unjustified. Under the 1 system the city must keep all *'s in repair, *d Pro gram in romisec Comp by one supervisors las was vigorous group a week an ^ excellent record, though it lost Pairings for ThYTate "to"urna- the Hancock county championship to Garner and the title in the little six conference to Humboldt. Coach Findley expects to use the same starting line-up as in the last few-games, and, following the ten-day rest, the team is expected to make a good showing, possibly going to the district tournament. Schedule for Sectional. The sectional contest begins tomorrow evening at 6 'clock, with Vernon Consolidated playing Whittemore. At 7 Burt will play West Bend; at 8, -Livermore vs. Lu Verne; and the final game on the I opening night will be Rodman vs. I Wesley, Wellsburg vs. West Des Moines. LOWER BRACKET. Akron vs. Farmington. Kamrar vs. Lynvllle. Massena vs. Ossian. Van Meter vs. West Bend. Temperatures Rise Over the Week-End PANEL DRAWN FOR JURY AT MARCH COURT , The games Thursday night will open at 6 o'clock, with Lone Rock Slowly rising temperatures were n evidence over the week-end, fol- ^^ ^ .owing unseasonable cold weatlier | ]aying BO( J Q . At 7:10 Ottosen wil most'of last week. It was warm \ p]nj . the wmner O f the Rodman- enough Sunday to cause some Wesley game ; at 8:20, Algona vs. about 35c as against the loan value of 57e. Loss further reports tne 1938 crop was one of the" best grading crops "in a great many years, due in part to favorable weather and in part to better strains used in planting. For compliance with the 1938 program, 2550 checks have so far been received for Kossuth farmers, amounting to $642,000. The bout was ely and the title ed in the semi he was thrown to stopped immediat- in that weight was given to Macke. Nielsen Loses• •Semi-final. Nielsen, 105-p)under, was defeat- final bout in weight, but won one bout in his- consolation, defeating Falters, of thawing, though plenty of snow and ice is still in evidence and the streets are covered with ice in many places. The mercury rose to above freezing yesterday, but clouds hid the sun all day, and there was not much thawing. The official record for the week follows: February 20 12 -7 February 21 15 -9 February 22 15 -8 February 23 32 February 24 18 February 25 18 Corwith; and at 9:30, Plover vs. the winner of the Livermore-Lu- Verne game. Conference Standings. The finals in Classes A and B will be played Saturday evening at 8 and 9 o'clock respectively. Records follow: W L Humboldt 5 2 Eagle Grove 7. 3 4 1 Webster City ---------- 6 3 Iowa Falls ------------ 7 Clear Lake ---------- 6 Eleven Women and 19 Men Will Pass on Trial Cases. The petit jury panel for the March term of court was drawn yesterday morning by Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, court clerk, J. J. Dooley, county recorder, and E. S. Kinsey, county auditor. The list which Includes nine women follows: John Becker —. Bode Alvina Berninghaus — West Bend Rosa Borchardt Algona Louis Bosma Buffalo Center Vivian Cowan — Algona Mrs. Harold Clark Bancroft Lucille Dyer Bancroft Robert Dransfeldt Bancroft James Elbert '— Algona Everett Etherlngton Algona .• v .Lawrence Femes Wesley .667 Edith Greenfield Sexton CANDIDATE WANTED FOR VACANCY ON PARK COMMISSION Only one vacancy for which there is no canddiate now appears for the city election to be held the last of Dubuque. He lost the 'second bout to Tuttle, of Cresco. The broken arm was the second for the local wrestling team thfs season. Merlin ^.Itwegg suffered a broken arm a month ago in practice. Coach Ridenour says that in Tjoth cases the casualties were accidental, the result of falling to the floor with an arm extended. PAIR CHARGED WITH LARCENY Cherokee Results of the scores follow: Cherokee Eagle Grove — Cresco High Scorer. tournament by 20 11 10 Fort Dodge -J 9 Iowa Falls March. No candidate has as yet i filed for park commissioner, a post -^r est Waterloo vacated by the resignation of Judge G. W. Stillman when he assumed Pet .714 .700 his duties as district court judge January 1. There are candidates for all other offices. The present group; Mayor, Specht; Councilman at large | Huenhold and White; ward councilmen, Hawcott 1st, Harris 2nd, Kohlhaas 3rd, and Overmyer 4th; have already filed for reelection on the "Citizens' " ticket Opposing candidates, who have filed on the "People's" ticket are: Leighton Misbach, for mayor; L. S. Bohannon, for councilman at large, and George L. Miller for councilman from the Third ward. There are 11 days left during which candidates may file. Gilmore City _ T 7 West Des Moines 6 East Des Moines 6 Cleghorn : . 4 Frank Hanson and Ray Gross were arrested last night, and were to be charged this morning, Sheriff Loss said, with breaking and entering the storeroom of the Sportsman's Tavern Saturday night. They were also to be charged with theft of tires and a battery from various cars during recen weeks. • Gross is now on parole from a year's sentence in the county jail imposed after a plea of guilty to a charge of theft of poultry during the holidays. According to evidence, Sheriff Loss said this morning, Gross and Hanson had been drinking beer at the Sportsman's Tavern and had gone to the basement toilet Leading from this was a locked door to the storeroom, which was pulled open enough to let Gross crawl through. Gross took two picnic bottles and passed them out to Hanson, who was holding the door, but Hanson dropped one of the bottles The Revs. F. E. Burgess, Methodist, F. C. Volzke, Baptist, and M. A. Sjostrand, First Lutheran, as a committee from the county ministerial association, called on Secretary E. L. Vincent, of the Kossuth County Fair Association, yesterday morning to present protests against the opening of the 1939 fair on Sunday. Petitions addressed to the fair association were started circulating in several of the Algona j'churches Sunday, and now are be- ng circulated among parishioners. Petitions will also be circu- ated in all churches in the county, the group sai.d. The petition text is: "We, the undersigned pastor and people of the • church of Kossnth county, do hereby protest the announced opening and regular program of the Kossuth County Fair on a Snnday, and petition said Kossnth County Fair Board to readjust the dates to the former week day plan." Why Change Was Hade. It was recently announced that the fair would open on Saturday, August 19, as entry day, and have the first regular full program on Sunday, August 20, continuing on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. This move was made by the fair board after a meeting with a hamber committee in an effort ;o find a time when attendance to the fair programs could be in- Teased. Secretary Vincent accepted the protests of the ministers Monday, and in reply told them a number of the problems which the fair is facing. One of the most-• serious problems for all fairs is getting people through the gates so that receipts will meet expenditures. Other Fairs on Snnday. In recent years many fairs have gone to Sunday dates and have East Waterloo Clinton Algona New Hampton February 26 38 12 Five Licenses for Weddings are Sold A slump has been noticed In the Clarion 4 7 Algona 2 8 Hampton 1 9 Hnmboldt Wins Title. Competition in the North Central conference was brought to a close with the Humboldt preps an- y. compromised — W Swea will now have IC H nn °*.Brave! on the south SUl- and tw > mHefl of marriage license mart the last •• nex i ng the coveted title. The Wild- week. Only five licenses have been | cats finished the season with a issued by Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, dis- recon i O f five victories and two de- trlct court clerk, as follows: Don- tea t s for a percentage of .714. This aid E. Moore, Maxlne Robinson, • wag t j, e second consecutive year both of Algona; Newton E. Heiter,! that Humboldt has won the chamn- Livermore, Harriet R. Raney, Al- i ons hlp, taking it last season with gona; James E. Lee, Gladys M. a c i ean s i a te of seven straight Smith, both of Lake Crystal, Minn.; j wms _ Alfyari T. mil-let T,akota. Ruth I. '. Tn A «red L. Christ, Lakota. Ruth the east lsn«h • Nelson, . _.»east ana south pf Thomp ' son j ewe ll, Agnes Nielsen, „,„,. certain m. had as the miles: of f H the "I 6 totter was omitted the gravel pvtf in its * Bull Made Algona. Grade Schoolgirl Hat a Broken Leg ^byTriv^^ l »-52£S*E*B{ West — i *„ the second place are the Buffalo Center;. Vlggo Eagle Grove Eagles who were al--..,—_ o . of the con ference crown until they dropped their last two games of the season to Iowa Falls and Webster City respectively. The Webster City Lynx scored victories over Iowa Falls and Eagle Grove in the final pair While the -Homer Andersons' o f game s to end up were visiting the Reed Andersons m the standings. cleai : La . ke ^Spencer * KVOCM^ *»**wv*"i"r~-'-' in VMW MV»* *• — — £*— , ___ S pencer *w»*f. the Hwt-W, ed UP its sixth triumph of the sea- clmple's daughter Mary Joan • ?on by defeating HamP on in the 'ell on ice and suffered a broken. fina l North Central left leg., Mary Joan, who is M, is night. in the 6th grade i» school, Sh« day) afternoon. rather . the elevfttor and coal yards " -------- J — ' it the Milwaukee of Under Quarantine __ ___ ,-. • (Bwold Voigt, employed by Carl , was Quarantined Saturday for . 4 .636 I Ruby Johnson Corwith 4 .600 Roy Keen Algona .3641 Lea Lee —. Whlttemore .250 Alfred Meyer ___' Whittemore .100 Leonard Mino Ledyard John U. Nelson Swea City Wm. Oldenburg Elmore Richard Post Algona W. V. Pool Algona Wm. Quinn Bancroft Donald Radig Lone Rock August Schipull Burt F. A. Ringsdorf Burt Anton Sorenson Algona Nellie Van Alien — Algona May Waller Algona George Wicks Elmore C. A'. Wilcox Lakota There are 11 Algonians in the panel. The Mrach term will begin on the 27th. Pioneer Farmwife Suffers a Stroke Mrs. Ellis McWhorter suffered a stroke Friday morning and is confined to bed. She has been in rather poor health and had been getting arotfnd the house with the aid of crutches. Her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur White, Waukegan, 11,1... has been here aince the recent death of Mr. McWhorter. There is another daughter, Vera ( at Omaha, ana two sons, Ray, farmer near Burt, and Lewis, Algona. Cribbage Tourney is Dated Tonight A county cribbage ' tournament will be held this evening (Tues- at 8 o'clock at the Legion Ten games will be played, Bluffq UJUIIS Clarion, North Des Monies, Dubuque, 1 eacl (Tho. Jeff.) 4 ___ 3 3 ___ 2 2 Abraham Lincoln (Council Bluffs), Davenport, Roosevelt of Des Mqlnes, Grinnell, Hamburg, Vinton, : Jason City, and Tripoli failed to <icore. and it broke. Proprietor Wittkopf heard the crash and caught the men, who he forced to pay for the beer. Bad Weather Slows Sales of New Cars Man Charged With Whittemore Theft A transient was arrested at Whittemore Monday by Sheriff Loss, <and will be charged Casey today tilt Tuesday day) hall. and five prizes will be awarded at the end of the tenth game on total number of points. .. Mrs. Ralph Valentine won first prize in a tournament two years ago, and she will defend her title this time. The tournament last year was canceleld because of unfavorable weather. Stewart McFadden, Lyle Mathes, and Fred Schoby are promoting the event. Contestants are expected from all over the county. .-— * '..— " Former Algonian Promoted. Paul Trauger, Des Moines, has been transferred to Akron, Ohio, effective at once, to enter the Firestone.advertising department. The assignment, which Is a promotion, came as a surprise. He is the son of Mrs. T. A. Trauger, former Algonian now at Lu Veme. Sules Meeting Held Here. Twenty men attended a district sales meeting last week Tuesday evening at the Hoyey farm implement shop on aprth Thorington. with robbery of the Whittemore creamery. The man entered the creamery yesterday morning when the office was (unoccupied, and took between $3 and $4 in change. He was seen leaving the building, and when the loss was recalled and Sheriff Loss called. The man was found in the rail- ing to catch a not give his charged unde rant. was discovered he •Return of wintry weather a week ago apparently put a crimp into the automobile market, for only nine new cars have been sold since the last report. The total for February is now 53. New Ford cars were bought by H. W. Zelmet, Bancroft, Lem Marlow, of Lone Rock, Oscar Nelson, Lakota, and L. J, Nelson, Algona; and new Ford trucks were bought by M. W. Brock, Swea City, and Johnson Bros., Ledyard, Everett Householder, Lone Rock bought a Chevrolet truck; R. E. Johnson, Bancroft, a Chevrolet car; and L. F. Pratt, Burt, a Pontiac. road yards, where he was expect- noon freight. He did name, and until the hearing scheduled today has been Tenor Solo M Broadcast Richard Keen, freshman at Coe college, 6»Y« Ms liret radio broa<|- cast last week Tuesday evening, when he sang a tenor wlo in_ 9:30 prograa) over W. M. T. The branph manager, a Mr. and the assistant branch manager, a Mr. Spies, both of, Des were here. Falls and Breaki Mrs. L. E, Hoyey suffered, broken left , Wednfsday ey- a "John Doe" War- ome from year Meeting L. W. Loclje got home Saturday after attending a convention of 2100 Goodyear representatives at the Akron, O., home plant Feature of the four-day program was dedication ol a bronze statue of Charles Goodyear, inventor of vulcanization lOj years ago, lor whom the company was named. He also attended the annual banquet, and heard the speeches broadcast over a nation-widi hook-up in commemoration of th Goodyear's invention. -*- 100th anniversary of E*>Algesia* Xoses Father, Wm. W. falters, 94, died Friday at the home of bis daughter, Mrs. H, B, Sorstogt, 786 41st St., Des •Moine& He vw a native of Penn- fy> J,a, Sales of Two Farms in County Reported Two farm sales were closed last by H. D. Hutchins. The R. S. Lee farm 231 acres, improved, in the Irvington neighborhood, was sold to J. B. Muehe, north of Wesley. Mr. Lee will continue to farm the property till March 1, 1940, and Mr. Muehe will remain till then on the farm where he is now living. The other deal involved the sale of John P. Byson's 344-acre farm five miles south of Algona on the river to Mr. Lee. Fred Byson, John P.'s son, will continue to occupy the farm till March 1, 1940. ! Contest at Spencer Dated. A group of Algona high school students will go to Spencer this week Friday and Saturday to take part in an extemporanous contest in which schools in the northwest section of the state will take part Coach Attleson will accompany the delegation. found that it boosted their attendance. Operating on Sunday dates this year will be count/ fairs ut Osage, Decorah, Waverly, and state -nd district fairs at Mason City, Davenport, ami Des Moines, and several others which Secretary Vincenc could not recall offhand,. Some members of the committee contacted yesterday afternoon said they could find no fault nr'th the ministers' protesting, but that they ci<I not believe the S-inday fair would have any effect on the church attendance that morning. . Those who wished to go to church could go, and still have plenty of time in which to reach Algona for the fair from any part of the county. • Attention was called to the fact that many churches dispensed with Sunday evening services during the summer months because attendance was too poor to justify the service. It was also noted that the swimming pool, the movies, the baseball parks, the dance halls, and many other forms of amusement were open on Sunday in Kossuth and adjoining counties. Other Sunday Amusements. Mr. Vincent said since the announcement of fair dates two weeks ago many of the attractions and acts have been hooked for those dates,' and he doubted very much if they could now be changed. Fairs must book attractions normally in January or the first of February, and Kossuth's fair .officials have to keep in time with bookings to secure the best attractions for Kossuth patrons. Some arrangements have been made with other fairs for split bookings on attractions, which could not be changed without upsetting plans of two groups. Board Meeting Offered, Mr. Vincent also called attention to the fact that many people are unable to get away on week days to attend the fair, and hence miss the exhibits which are only open in the afternoons. Mr. Vincent said he was certain it was not the intent of the fair board or the Chamber o! Commerce committee to,antagonize the churches, and that their earnest cooperation was desired. Mr. < Vincent. sal<J he would be glad to .call'-,the fair board and the Chamber of Commerce committee together at any reasonable time the ministers desire to discuss the fair dates. hejre spme fttori if j - f* Baby GW is Lois Jeanne, infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Everyal Adams, was Sunday at the Trinity Blizzard Ushers in Pair of Twin Girli Twin girls were born this morning (Tuesday) to Mrs. "Red" Bebl- mer, one at 2:20, the other at 3:?0. They are small and delicate, being premature, weigh probably not more than three pounds each, and are being kept in an electric , bator. They are expected t? live. The mother is reported in '{air condition," It te consjiiere^ ralber * usual for twin* |o is aparj;, Th er child, ft ^•'tfs! .ii J". °!>J t£5) . ... ^. t y ,.'...-.-'-,-""is-».

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