Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 23, 1939
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t ttW*- i ioW&'i B*«t Weekly Newspaper 1938 by State University ^Member Caaey's AH-Atneflcan Newspaper Eleven, 1927 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1939 14 Pages 112 Columns Number 36 COUNTY BALL LEAGUE OPENS SEASON couniy baseball' league with four games mka team won a loosely played were on the the home .tgoinory , city. well game at , Alder- catchar, ;;; o n: Becker, first won the game for Bancroft by doubling with two on bases. Patterson, of the Bancroft team, struck out nine men, and Aldoveon struck out eight. fttllske and Marlow were on the mound, and Wlttkopf behind the plate, for Lotts Creek in a game played against Whittemovo at Whlttemore. Qulnn and Keene were the Whlttemore pitchers, and Butler was catcher. In a 10-innlng Wesley-Burt game at Wesley, Krueger and Marlow were Burt's pitcher and catcher respectively; '•Erdman and Froeltch for Wesley. This game was a pitchers' duel between Fred Krueger and Barney Erdman. A Wesley balk let a Burt man score and ended the game. Willis Vogel and Gordon Slgsbee each got two hits for Burt, and each team made a double play. Wayne Alderson allowed Bancroft only three hits, but all of Bancroft's scores were tallied when Priebe, of Fenton, dropped a !ly ball with the bases loaded and :wo outs. The record in the four games: Teams— , R. Titonka 7 Swea City 5 Burt 2 Wesley '. 1 Fenton 0 Bancroft 3 Lotts Creek 9 250,000 DEAL IN KOSSUTH LAND H, 13 9 7 8 8 5 ITCHELLTO E MEMORIAL DAY SPEAKER [ember of Supreme Court Will Give the Address. ,• — Iain/all Low; Crops Uninjured IN AND OATS lOSPEGTSARE [BELIEVED GOOD •tures Brown But are Expected to Come Back. Lsptle th<* prolonged "dry have not suffered, and irenteiy are in good condition. Ml" crops Oats are coming up rapidly, and have'long roots which Indicates that-the crop will withstand a dry period and produce heavily. Where early corn was put in it appears to be doing well, though a rain would certainly do no harm. Like the oats corn is developing a deep root, which not only furnishes more nourishment for the plant but also anchors the stalks against wind damage. I There is, however, definite damage to pasture and grass land, and much of it Is as dry and brown as In mid-summer. However, a series of rains will bring it back into condition again. Many observers believe there may be a shortage of h'ay and straw this year, basing the prediction on the pasture condition, and guessing that oat straw will be light because of a lack of moisture. . This week will bring the completion of corn planting, at least for farmers who have not been held back by other than weather conditions. The government weather prediction for this week Is encouraging with an indication of heavy rainfall, with temperatures about normal. So far this spring has been cool and comfprta'ble for working conditions, but the weather warmed over the week-end and despite clouds Monday morning it was uncomfortably warm. One advantage in the dry weather has been the lack of mosquitoes and similar winged pests. Last year at' this time the mosquitoes were .numerous and 1'arge because of a wet spring. In town gardens and lawns have suffered some from the con- tinued lack of rain, and many gardeners use city water to bring Justice Richard F. Mitchell, Firt Dodge, of the state supreme ciurt, will be the speaker at Memorial day exercises here next Week Tuesday under supervision o: Hagg post. The Rev. Dr. Martin will give the invocation, and the Rev. Dr. Burgess, the benediction. The high school - band vill play. Boy Scouts, under V. V. Naudain, will take part in the usual 'naval memorial services at Rain- POPPY POSTER ESSAY WINNERS ARE CHOSEN Ini a poppy pqster contest among pupils • of the public and parochial schools sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary, Emma Weis, St. Cecelia's academy, won first for grammar pupils; Evelyn Dau, of the Bryant school, second. In high school Carol Jackmon won first; Dorothy Hoover, second. Both these girls are In the public high. The judges were Miss Coate, Mrs. T. C. Hutchison, and William Steele. The purpose of the contest was ANOTHER GOOD 5-GENERATION FAM/LYTOL7ND thelr crops along. Temperatures have been a fie above normal with for a week being registered Frl- day, when the mercury climbed to . . 85. It was expected that yester- £ t the. south side of the court- day's mark would equal or beat house 'at 9:30 for all who will Friday's, though the day started jide in the parade. : bow bridge. . ' ' A parade will leave the Legion the ,hlgh jj a ji a t JQ a . m., and the exer- ._ .._ begin at the cemetery 10:30. Jos. Harig will have cars cloudy. Sunday the thermometers registered 85. A week ago Mon- mander, has general charge of ar- day a low mark of 43 was register- J'angements J D. Lowe M. G. ed. The-record.for the week lows: May 15 68 May 16 1 82 78 78 May 17 May 18 May 19 —— 86 May 20 May 21 80 85 to stimulate interest in the sale next Saturday of poppies made by World war veterans In U. S. hospitals. Part of the proceeds is sent to the state office of the Auxiliary in Des Moines to pay the veterans for their work and for use 'in welfare work among disabled veterans and the families. Most of the money, however, is kept in the local unit's fund for welfare work among veterans and families here. A fourth "five-generation" family has been discovered In Kossnth. Mrs. Mart Stewart, who Is past 04 and who lives with her grandson Mike Loss Jr., south of town, Is the mother of Robert Stewart, of Algona, father of George Stewart Sn, of the Champlln service station, who In torn is fahter of George Stewart Jr., the latter on Robert Stewart's farm-.west of town. . Mr. and Mrs. George Stew-, art Jr. have a baby son, Richard George. The last named Mrs. Stewart is the former Josephine Dahlhans- er. Are there any more five- generation families In Kos- snth I Major L. T. Saul, post com- ly to Waubonsie's Field Day Norton, and Dr. L. C. Nugent are fol- 'he general committee. I On Sunday a memorial service 43 will be held at the Baptist church 51 ,at 11 a. m., and all veterans or 50 other patriotic associations and 51 the auxiliaries are invited to at- rc tend. «•. Justice Mitchell, youngest ever eo to serve on the state supreme Oi bench, was born October 11, 1889 at Fort Dodge, and received hi early schooling there, later ob tabling B. A, and LL. B. degree from the state university. He ha been active in state democrat! councils. In the World war, Justic Mitchell was a lieutenant in th lair service overseas. ICftL QUARTET IMS EVENT tSHENANDOAH lithe Show With Demonstration of Midget Trap. • Kossuth Conservation league ticials wh.o flew to a Waubon- s fiejd day in Freemont county ly stole the show there with dramatic arrival and in- st aroused by their midget shooting. '•" • ,' B. Timm, president; Ralph te, secretary-treasurer, of ! Algona unit of the league, W, !,Dau, and O; H. Swanson drove |to Spencer to board an $18,000 "uckheed cabin plane owned and by Stanley Fuller, DICKINSONS LEAVE ALGONA NEXT WEEK Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, with their grandsson, Lynn Dickinson-Hunter, will leave for a new home at Des MoV.ies next week Wednesday. Thsy tava taken a house at 624 Wacerbury Civcie. The daughter, Mrs. Ruth Dickinson-Hunter, wad at Des Moines all winter, and while the legisla- all winter, and while- the legislature was in session wa»< secretary to Senator Benson, Jefferson county. She is now secretary to Karl Fisher, public safety commissioner, .if Mrs Dickinson, returned last week Sunday from Washington, D. C. where she disposed of part o£ the Washington household goods, shipping the remainder to Des Moraes. Part of the furnishings from the home here will also De e Jos. E. Lynch family SCHOOL QUITS JUNE 2ND FOR THREE MONTHS Fine Arts Dean from Iowa City to Give the Address. Less than two weeks more of school remain for Algona school pupils. The school year ends next Friday. The seniors are writing tests this week, and commencement will take place next week Tuesday evening as part of me Memorial day program. On the program for the final IN ALGONA VJSI1 Kleta Finley, teacher!, brought her 26''Lu Verne primary students to Algona last week on an educational tour to inspect nine local .business plants They came on the morning train- at 14c each, bring-j ing "eats" for a noon picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park The day's scedule follows: Forenoon—Creamery, ." 9:30-10: • > 30; telelplone offices, 10:30-11; bakery, 11-11:30; show, 11:30-12. Afternoori^-C.aundry 1-1:30; Adj- vance, 1:30-2; city plant, 2:30 3; hotel, 3-3 :^30; library, 3:30-4. The pupils were Beverly Lena Vernon Davidson, Geraldine Sanford, Mary Ann Loerwald, Lyell ALGONA DATES DOLLAR DAYS THIS WEEK-END Extra Values Given Every Shopper in Algona. FIVE DRAW FINES FOR DRUNKENNESS HANNA ESTATE LANDS SOLD TO DOCTOR ALCOCK Surgeon at the Iowa University to Buy 4467 Acres. G. S. Buchanan, Algona, Bank of Lu Verne receiver, announces tentative sale of the remaining Hanna lands in the Lu Verne neighborhood aggregating 4467 acres for $250,000. The purchaser is Dr. N. G. Alcock, noted state univers- iyt surgeon,. who, it is believed, has associates in the purchase. The sale must be approved by the district court before It becomes effective, and the court will receive other bids. If a high- r responsible bid is received the M. T. Munson, West Bend, was bound to the "grand jury by Justice Danson Thursday on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Bond was fixed at $500. With Munson when he was arrested was Leo G. Minger, also of West Bend, who was also • charged with drunkenness, whc paid a fine of $15 plus costs of $4.35. The arrests were made by Deputy Sheriff Arthur Cogley. John R. Castillo, Corning, .was arrested Saturday by Patrolman Friday and Saturday will be | O^rie^and eharged^with ^ dollar days in Algona, and a mul- j gon he entere d a plea of guilty titude of bargains will be found and was fined $25 plus costs o in this issue of the Advance. There , $3.85, but he was given till June are hundreds of others which, 1 *;° pay. K . Hugo Johnson ^ , ~ . . ,, . j _j S L »_ KQ x^. XIUKU iiuiuisun, .tuguiia, was ??±*, n ^ be J^. a ?w. lt t^:!arrested>aturday by Constable j .L,. ..i t-ht,, lieved the offerings this - F1 d Newville n a ch arge of GRADUATE 14 SUNDAY NIGHT Miller, Ruth WbHer, Mariyn Hel ti, Jerry Schlcht, Doris Goetscl, Marjorie Boyle,. Jerry Eugens ten days is the annual junior-1 Wolfe, Richard Thomas, James senior field day at the Athletic | LO U) Lorraine Eustace, ArlenMej , -_ They made the 190-mile JWp (250 miles by road) in an Ibour and a half. I There was much disappointment |unong sportsmen there that E Y^Pierce, local conservation offi- was unable to go. Reptile Meat for EaU! Members of the Kossuth delega- have - the Dickinson house here. Mr. Lynch has since January been at his brother-in-law A. H. Borchardt's. Mrs. Lynch, the four children, and Mrs. Lynch s molh- er, Mrs. Clara Borchardt, will come June 1. ^. The children are Margaret Mary, freshman at the university of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans.j Josepn Edward Jr., junior in• *•' park this week Friday, when the i erB( rj e an Ramus, Lavonne Wat boys and girls of the two classes; ner> Mardell Wagner, Jerry Wil have an interclass track meet. I i amSi Norman Lorimer, Rita Lor I lion Were guests of honor at the gr'-The park custodian there, school; , Humphrey, formerly o* the se Call state park, enter- them at a ' re P tu « meat> 1 and other S" 88 * 8 at * e were Fred Schwobe, . 1Wl and Same, an «* Houston, l aw enforcement S reports that about p °? le were at Waubonsie, ome 50 ° ac »' e «; a"* Waubonsie league Js co ?nplimented~9n the of its first field day, Midget Trap dge Helen Patricia, eighth-grade; is L. E. Linnan's law partner. JUNIORS HOSTS TO ACADEMY SENIORS The most elaborate event of St. Cecelia's spring calender was a junior-senior banquet last wee* Tuesday evening in the. academy auditorium. The selling was a colorful Dutch garden made attractive by banks of spr ng flowers * IV - feVbaskets of. tulips, jolly Friday evening the annual public school exhibits in the manual training, home economics, etc., will be on display at the high school, building in various class rooms. Saturday morning at 7 o'clock the annual senior breakfast will take place at the Ambrose A. Call state park, with the faculty as °Sunday evening at 8 o'clock the baccalaureate exercises will be held in the high school auditorium. The high school orchestra will play the processional, and the Rev. D. R. Martin will give the invocation. The girls' glee club will give two numbers, followed by a scripture lesson and prayer by the Rev. C, Volzke. Two numbers wiU be given by Father Maynard Will Give the Address, to the Class. end are the largest in any com- drunkenness and was given munlty-wide sale in recent Aigo- sem - e nce of 30 days in jail, but as na history. _..„...,, ^ the had already served two days The sales are sponsored by the ; ^g rem ainder of the sentence Chamber, of Commerce in an ef- ' was suspended during good be- fort to bring to the Algona trade havior. territory, a realization of the] j n Justice Delia Walter's court wealth of merchandise carried in Robert Schmitz, a transient, ar- Algona stores. There are bar- rested by Patrolman O'Brien for Holmes, Harlan Schneider, Marilyn their high school life will come to gains in every line—and seasonable merchandise that would ordinarily 1)e at regular price dur- ing'this period of the year is at bargain figures. On one page are grouped 48 separate bargains by many of the stores, and in addition to these there are individual adverlise- menls by ihe same slores. Advance readers can easily save Ihe cost of their subscription The official closing of St. Cecel-l through ordinary -buying^ during la's academy will take place next this event, and those who are con- Sunday evening at 8. o'clock at St. templating heavier than normal Cecelia's church, when the seniors purchases at this season will find of 1939 will be given honors and these two days very profitable. -ian end: The honor roll for 1039 follows: Robert Bode,' Kathryn Bode*, Gerald Frankl,'Francis Platt, Michael Stoffel, Lillian Carroll, Marvel Dole, Joan Godden, Maxine Hood, Betty Kohlhaas, Ruby Murtha, Ev- A mass meeting of Methodisl . elyn Rammer, Marie Stebritz, Ed- women leaders in the Northwest METHODIST WOMEN TO 2-DAY MASS MEETING drunkenness, was ordered to leave town. Elmer Bell, Whittemore, was fined $5 plus $4.25 costs, also for drunkenness, the charge filed by the same patrolman. TRACK TEAM TIED IN CLARION MEET The high school track team tied tor fourth place in the Cowboy relays at Clarion Saturday. First place was won by Fort Dodge 55 points; Eldora, seqond, 37 Humboldt, 33.5; Algona and Clarion, each 31; Britt, 21.5; Wes Des Monies, 21; Hampton, 16 Dayton 11; Pocahohtas, 8. Web ster City failed to win a point. The locals won two firsts. Rob ert Deal was first in the 220 mer, Joan Hinz, Phyllis Hedrlck, Hvelyn Jones. J ' The party was taken home m cars at 4 o'clock, . | The Advance "was pleased lat< ;o receive the' following note nea- ly hand-printed: "Wednesday—We want to thajk you for showing us how you pri:it the newspaper. — The - Priroa Room." nv me xvcv. v«. i». •»-—-—-- benediction will be given by Mr Martin, and the recessional will be played by Jane Cretz- »rouse4 • so on its first- ap- and ferns, DasKeis i» iu.n'=> j-— «»»* »~ p.-**- — 52* .!£"Jtf-KMS^ °"ffi co™.n=e»»t_ «*. EPWORTH LEAGUE NOW FIFTY YEARS OF ACE T,he Methodist EpVorth Leagw held a vesper service and picric supper at the Ambrose' A- Cill state park Sunday evening. Election of officers also, took place: Joan Stephenson, president, si \e-> 6eedlng Roger Michel; first viJe, Margaret Miller, second, 'Russell Thorpe; third, Ellen Johnson;-and fourth, Betty. Geedng; secreta ry Marilyn -Fuller;, treasurer, .Rob>rt ' WJUij. wv* *** • *"* " i f 4-VIA. the college of fine arts of tne .* University of Iowa, former- presi- ,- dent of Simpson colege, ai weU « ^^lilMl^te • * ShenS?^* °mw* W* -*—r "Si Senew Farmer i. Hurt in.Accident Thompson. A recognition service for 50lh Anniversary of the found of Epwprth League will be held Wilbur a!4 Frankl; ' — — „ ,, lible, and they will give brief ac- y 24—Henry Looft,! coun ts of the work of the orgi.pl- ** mtAj **• ^«-i 1* - ,^ - vuuffvi-* *** fff»tf " --T— — T — *n - . ni jynrOf P«S ^!!Ll nd e,^ U ^! »«°tt with the ^nteter'.i sern on. l ^ daughters and toee_ sons of the _ „ *• J „ *<C*V*W** IF*V« y-»v —. — — - - -V- i J.»MVK **»*!*&•.***'*" »*»»<* ^w*^.^ «-^~ Murtha; mile south of Seneca, suffered a, Some past presidents «e C.-E. gurvjve, all in Califomjla, except, Hood i broken right femur and severe Schoby p , L ; T ij 0r p ei w . S . Jta- ^ * on ' here . One'daughter,-^rs, "_"::' n 0( jy cu ts and bruises Friday, dejl B^bara Haggard, Bruce - • ' ' '" morning while he was draggtag &nd Bo£er Michel, field. He .turned his tractor too ^ ward Klein. Iowa Conference will be held a The graduates, clad in caps, and Sioux City tomorrow and Thurs gowns, will, promptly at 8, enter ^ ayi an a i tt attendance from here the brightly illuminated ,church wu i be Mrs. F. Earl Burgess, loca and proceed to a flower-banked pastor's wife; Mrs. S. W. Meyer altar, where will repose their 'Lord president of the W. H. M. S.; Mrs and Master. J. F. Ovemyer, president of the Music for the evening will be in Aid; Mrs. A. A. Bishop, district charge of Sis,ter Mary Henrietta, w. p. M. S president; and Mrs. directress of music in the academy, j. c. Buthman, district W. H. M. The speaker wiir be the Rev. FT. g; president Edward Maynard, Ledyard, who Mrs. W. G. McCullough, presi- will address the young people on a en t of the local W. F. M. S., can- yard dash, and his brother Hubert was first in the' 880-yard run. Robert also won second in the 100-yard dash, and Dale Ehrhardt was second in the discus throw. The 880-yard relay team, Robert Deal, Walter Hicks, Dale Ehrhardt, and Tom Kohlhaas, won second. Walter Hicks won third in the high hurdles, and the two-mile team, Kenneth and Ellsworth Brandow, Russell Crapser, and Hubert Deal won third. W, Hicks also won fourth in low hurdles. >arty or parties offering it will get he property. The sale wil- be in ulk. Sale Establishes Record. This will be the biggest single .ransaction in real estate in the county's history, probably the argest in the history of north cen- tal Iowa, and at least one of the largest ever made in Iowa. The Bale will include 17 units, and 3800 acres of the lands lie together. There are 11 complete seta of improvements. All of the land lies within eight miles of Lu Verne, and it is all in Kossuth county except a half section three miles southwest of Lu Verne. There is another half section three miles east of Lu Verne. At the peak of the Hanna ownership the holdings' aggregated 6911 acres, and this was the situation when Mr. Buchanan became receiver in 1931. Since then he has sold 2444 a~cres to ten purchasers for a total of $158,597.98. These sales were all for cash. Mortgages Reduced.' When Mr. Buchanan took charge the lands were incumbered with mortgages aggregating $339,000. During the receivership the incum- >rances have been reduced tQ 1179,000. The sale will be subject o the incumbrances. While reducing the incumbrances tfr. Buchanan has from time to ;ime, on court' orders, paid dividends aggregating $155,000, or 40 per cent, to the 'bank's depositors. Mr. Buchanan is not prepared to say what percentage the bank will pay to depositors altogether, but the showing in the.end may exceed by a considerable- margin that of any other Kossuth failed bank. 'Hanna Ranch' Included. The bank's footings at the time it was closed September 19, 1931, exceeded $1,050,000,000. Last September 30 the footings were $817,344.46. This included all Hanna estale properly, real and personal. The lale Geo. W. Hanna, founder the work that lies before them. | no t attend, but will be substitu- The order of exercises. for the evening follows: of the bank, and owner of the real estate, operated a tract of some 1300 acres known as the Hanna ranch. The rest of the land was rented out. Mr. Hanna kept large herds of cattle and droves of hogs. After his death the heirs continued operation of the estate in the same way under management of the late W. Scott Hanna, and the receiver has followed the like svstem. The receiver sold cattle for $10,- 500.and hogs for $4,000 in 1938. For the last five years his income Processional, March in C, Class Of 1939. ' Address, the Rev. Edward Maynard. Presentation of Diplomas, the Rev. J. M. Mallinger. Solemn Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Recessional; Festal March, by Calvin, Class of 1939. who won firsts, seconds, and I $40 000 to a high of A Mrs. Nickelson, Mount Ver-1 ^j^J^ ^^ ended the sea--} roundjiumbers. non mrs. mctfeisoii, "£"""-.,•" son for the local team. ,-past national president of W. Tne - ten . * m F \^' B -'±, *te?tWn« gard- derthed ^ ectiono * Coac ^ Find noted women. New things regaro j s to Hampt on today 'for ing women's work in the recently lte j^ meet th f s season ' and combined Methodist organization Mr , Findley will take the golf will be discussed. team to Spencer Saturday to end Medals were awarded, to all I from operations has run from $54,000 in i*! Mother of Algona Undertaker Pastes Funeral services are being held ag today "at Newton for Mrs. at W ret E. McCullough, mother of , O, McCullough, local under- h^r WiWS' Tfto" Lea uo taker. .Mrs,. McCullough, who was founded at Cleveland, Ohio in 1889. Heretofore, the Methodist church [ t he season there. North has worked under three . Personal Property Left sneak as will other I . Th l tennis team, which is un- After the lands are sold there B .? ea *'^ a ,?.J! _.".".I der the direction of Coach Find-1 win remain in the receiver's personal property worth The lands will be March 1 and will give opportunity to liquidate the remain- Ing personal assets. The trust throughout the receivership has Faircrround* SHootl°P erated at a pro£it - The only rairgruunu* onoot presen t items of indebtedness are Carl Van Hoven scored «50 in tne mortgage incumbrances and a^MS^b?fc&SSi£ltl» «™ -*l owed, to the bank's held by " ' Claude Charles Dahlhauser third &£?• sSls.' tt* tnS Archery Club Ha. that all three societies will be retained, but that they may work] under one leader Instead of^three. Girl Make* Freak f.f Of "7" Ohio, but'had lived at Newton S 1 " . R7 iroai-e • §7 years. ?Kiwr *» in the hands of fh^^a^hrdragTttached toit STUB? nStSri, wte<K by D 5" M^f'JeU &ou^hl lansato of Mrs- Leonard, XO**, ^Pprted doing^eU, j*^* » ix or eight weeks. Besides Women Mu*t Can Fjghing Ucei - Tie local county recorder's] office has. been receiving ribs, and Elevoat* - Florence Downing, came for funeral. Mr. and Mrs, McCu" and the daughter. Maurine, to NewtPn this morning. licenses became it reqflirej womjsp « op buy Hcensef |«f.fl(MW Playgpund Will Begin Soon Eajrfc bpard, W&9&. B^. . QflMeji, yesterdt? ed/Byelyn ,..__ „ . ly to bare charge of n a position tc has been accomplished since the bank failed credit Mr. Buchan» an wilh one of the most faithful and most successful receiverships hook! is a sister of Mrs. R. M. Wallace, I in the state, the condition of the v ,1 uatn. ux v..,, gills, also a member. Doctor Wallace estate at- the time of the banks ordinary hook and is vice-president; Mr. Van Hoven failure considered- The record ban-, but the fish is secretary-treasurer. ' -shows that but for hisi wise and h'aTno"~chance to oite The catch The Algona club will be rep- competent administration the O|T was made in the river, just below resented at a state archery meet tale would be in a far less favors he Plum Creek dam. Mr. and at Cedar Rapids next Sunday by able situation. Mr, Buchanan has Sis HPost, Anna and Antone Mr, Wallace, Mr. Van Hoven, | bee n advised throughout by Attor- t!TT. .. . T _T»" _« AI "««J +Vi« I TUTu "naVilhaneiar nnrl W. .T. Fill- ««« T. TR T.ln-non r , Zittritsch. a n' of Algona, and the Mr. panlhauser and W J. Ful Slenn McMurrays, of Belmond, were with. Helen and vouch for aer story, Another New Store The front of the Wuliam C. Dau building formerly occupied by Eusf'g"shoe repair shop, now by Henry, Becker's sporting goods store *an& thjp Hermann jewelry ^ has been «ovfre4 — AC " ler, the latter, president 9f the dub. j. p, 15- ?^B**S Saturdaj' for la oil $ |i)|h. T ,>i«»fd f»' «fw ftt vlh |o«s/,ter fprSix ftre. 3i>14 Licenses to wed nave been, issued to six couples: Walter R. Sohn , -Buffalo • Qenter, Ejleen Christ, Dakota} Tbpmag E. Rug; ""^Afef* — ney L. E. Linnan, The receivership could be itably continued in4ef}nltely, since it wUl" soon be eight jnce tbp receivership 4¥fnnfflre; WWam., H, .a<?W«v.,W! Jjft> gun. Suffers Accident - AJeroa stays Thuraday, » suffered a feroten

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