1 '">! jlidrt'tt Idw&'B Be«t Weekly Newspaper 1938 by State University Iowa-Member Casey's All-American Newspaper Eleven! 19$ ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY E /ENING, JUNE 6, 1939 16 Pages 96 Columns Number 38 FFICER WOUNDS FLEEING YOUTH •P >jnfe Slacks Lead a Colorful Array of Summer Sport Togs HENRY NELSONS LOSE PORTLAND IOME IN BLAZE ITED: BRAVE ITO START JEW FASHION — i -• • Days Find Cl6th«» FiUe With Color. number ot- A'lgo- DRIVER LICENSE APPLICATIONS SWAMP OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF their vacations r, finding that the the state park, the the many other actlvi- afford most of the aq- of a vacation with none u> disadvantages. • swimming pool Is to open ,. The bath house will be of Helen Frank! and Richardson, and Itte- will be John 1 , Bishop and Ward The refresninent i will be operated by Mrs, es Allen. , ' . '.: ; state Park is Calling. llan Paul Wille has the -,„ A. Call state park in tip- IcMdltlon for the picnic season, there are many picnic parties use of.the> park every hen the weather permits. est in sports is Increasing, e weekly games of the Al- Brownies, the regular kltten- Khedule, the golf links, ten- rts, and river fishing find patrons. •, ... -.. ;Plik Stacks for,-. : MJB»!; ;:-V:V; (Increasing -Interest IntaportB tide a marked, change in the «g,habits and trends, and in Applications for drivers license renewals have been keeping Sher- rltf Casey and his assistants busy during the last ten days. Some thousand applications have already been filed. .'„ Sheriff Loss has made arrangements for Gladys Stoebeiv Ponton, who'Was employed by the state motor vehicle bureau, "to be at points over the county during the next month to help make out applications. Miss Stoeber will be at Lu Verne tomorrow and Thursday and at Bancroft Friday and Saturday. .Next week she will be at Fentori Monday and Tuesday; at Burt Thursday and Friday; and at Algona, Wednesday and Saturday. On Monday and Tuesday, June 19.and 20 Miss Stoefber will be at Swea City;, on Thursday and Friday, June 22-23, at Whittemore; •on Monday'and Tuesday, June 2627, at"Titonka; Wednesday-Thursday, June 28-29, Wes,ley; Friday, June 30, at Lakota; on Saturday, July 1, at Ledyard; and on Monday, July 3, at Lone Rock. At nearly all of the towns listed the applications will also be available at the banks. BANCROFT GIRL IN STATE RAGE FOR A 4-H JOB 'icked .for Candidate for Office at the , Ames Rally. ^th* ; marked change in women's Within the last two; to s the'change has-bjecome i rapid in men's clothing, till there is an Algona store has a pair of '.pink slacks some man! ' "; . s : shirts, slacks, shorts, and scantier underwear have 1 summer life for the men, I are just beginning to find the i from heated clothing that have enjoyed since the I twenties, . . : •women's line there are , sport clothing, and 'swing' Color IB Men's Goods. , . lor has also entered, the" fiJr- [. somber man's storey and the "1 clothing now offered here l§ona for men almost rivals "'irs lit the women's stores. i Is the great introducer of ' clothing trends , and few IMS are held back, but rath : fteom out In all colors of the «tie Tabloid Section. »1 vacation's opening ' last 'as the signal for the i from customery outfits to sports apparel. When students' homeward ien completed this 'more and more color will be ot this trend Algona 'e stocked the newest in wear, and the store win- are worth attention. section of today's Ad' » devoted to sportswear 'ertisements. —4-— Newsboys ii> ! e * 'Bids' for P. M. Paper Frolic RESTRICTING CASE IN COURT BEFORE HUDSON Claim That Election Would be Illegal Ruled Out. A hearing in the Clay county district court at Spencer was held before Judge Hudson, of Pocahontas, recently on a motion by Attorney-General Everett, of Des Moines, to stike Sec. 14 of the petition., •The'cotirt refused to strike all of the section', 'but did order the Illowing paragraph stricken: That even If such an election Is held and state senator chosen, that said election is null void, and should be held for naught for the reasons referred to. Attorneys for the petitioners claim that this action was not prejudicial to their case, for they are hot relying on a holding that an election without redistrlctlng would be illegal. They are resting mainly on Stc. 11, which has Water-Light Meter Owners Get Checks on Council's Order A large batch of checks from the city on repurchase of light and water meters from owners was issued last week, and a complete lisl of persons and amounts paid may be found in city bills published in today's Advance. The city voted some months ago to repurchase the light and water meters from property owners in order that the city may hereafter keep them in condition to recorc service. The amounts paid vary accord ing to the make of meter, age, ant condition. The prices were recent ly published in the city ordlnanc concerning the taking over of the meters. • Property owners have severa months yet in" which to. make a settlement before, all meters, .be come the property of the city. MASON CITYANS GOME TOMORROW FOR GOLF MEET not been stricken and reads as follows: That unless the Injunctlve relief, as herein prayed for, Is granted, the defendants above referred to (Howe and Miller) will proceed to perform all acts and duties imposed upon them by statute In the conducting of the next primary election, and tbe same will result in tbe holding of an Illegal election Insofar as the election of the state senators are concerned, in contravention of the constitutional provisions above referred to. It is expected that the attorney- General will soon file a motion for dismissal of the petition altogether. The action was brought against Secretary of State Earl G. Miller and Clay County Auditor Howe by William P. Woodcock Spencer who' Vi backed by the Spencer Chamber of Commerce. speclal at * :15 ' Juna 12 - Regi8ter for the tenth pick Dea GUERNSEY BREEDERS COMINGjFOR PICNIC The Iowa Guernsey Breeders association will hold an annual summer picnic and field day Saturday at 'Brown's Dairy. The Algona Chamber of Commerce is cooper .attng, Karl Musser, secretary of the American Guernsey Cattle club and Philip Mahr, Indianola, secre tary-treasurer of the Iowa association, will be on the program Judge Quarton will also speak. A feature will be judging of cat tie judgers' ahility. Anyone may enter, and five prizes fpr women , and five for men donated by Chamber of Commerce will awarded. r the The general public is invited tc attend and take a basket' lunch Free ice cream, coffee, and milk will be served. A level pasture >• with shade trees, has been mad jready for the picnic. "•'The farm is Ipcated two mile south of Algona, and a little wes The road will b of No. 169. marked., ,_,. C»r Attached. A petition in court asking judg nxent on a note was brought las week by'Beulah Carlisle again? G. A. Carlisle, pf Texas, and of attachment was served o , r Texas car last week. Wopaw at .- Wright waf taken t Wrfeh WAYSIDE PARK NOW BEING HASTENED TO COMPLETION Fourth Loss of Kind Community in Six Months. tland Twp., June 6 — Fire completely destroyed the 9-room modern house on the Henry Nelson farm four miles west of Titonka at 3 p. m. Saturday afternoon.,Mrs Nels)n accidentally used gasoline instead..••of. "keroseneT 'to V start a Work Is now being rushed toj completion on the new "wayside park" project in the northwest orner of the Intersection of Nos. 8 and 169 north of Algona. This roject is sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce In cooper- tion with the state highway commission. State highway employes are grading corner of the Intersection or parking space, and this work is fire left in the kitchen • range. • Her land was burned enough to requir: a doctor's attention. Tie gasoline was in a kerosene can, that can. the ran cam Mar men the late Elizabeth, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Inman, Bancroft, is one af eight 4-H club girls selected a candidates for state 4-H offices Names of 38 nominees were sent to Ames, and state 4-H officers and staff made their t selection from .his number. The election will take place at the state rally at Ames, June 14-17. A county, to be eligible to nom- nate a girl for state office, must nave eight well-organized clubs. The candidate must be a farm girl between 16 and 20 years, and .she must have been in 4-H work at least four years. Active hi Bancroft Club. (Elizabeth has been .active in the . . work of the Busy Pals at Bancroft i DUC The flames spread quickly and 11-year- old daughter Leota to the field for her father, who 3 at once and telephoned from tin ILarsen's for the Bur responded promptly, but tim^f they arrived it was too to save the house. Walls Fall In Half Hour. The house- burned so rapidly thal in. co A ten-man golf team represent ng the Mason City Junior Cham er of Commerce will come to Al ona tomorrow afternoon for ournament with ten members e Algona Junior Chamber. The Algona group won a troph year ago from the Mason Cit lub, and the Mason Cityans ar ow after its return to Mason City 'he trophy was donated by th Decker plant there, and it has een on display at the James drug tore during the last year. The tournament will begin at p. m. and will 'be for 18 holes. Dinner at the clubhouse will be erved at 7 p. m., at which the rophy will be awarded to the winning club and individual prizes vill also be awarded. Representing the local club will 3e John Haggard, R. J. Harring- on, Bob Williams, J. R. Murtagh, G. Dewel, Dr. "W. D. Andrews, heriff Casey Loss, H. B. White, W. F. Steele, and Dick Post. CAR SALES IN MAY ARE HUMPED TO 89 The auto boom marches on! Six^en more new motor vehicles have been sold in Kossuth. Of this for seven, years, and y her .record book,, as Kossuth's' entry, .placed among the high ten in a Register & Tribune state contest recently. Mrs. Inman has been invited to speak on the same program with Cora B. Simpson, at Ames and she will discuss convention values. Farm bureaus of all counties will be represented by 1500 girls. The Kossuth delegation will represent the British' Isles in "a program of nations op Friday, night of the convention. : Koggnth Delegation. Kossuth will be represented by the following girls., and women, first-named in each case being delegate; second-named, leader: Lone Rock, Winifred Plumb, Myrtle Hanna. Whittemore, Annette Simpson, Mrs. Carl Ebert. Union, Dorothy Reid. Cresco, Bernice Reaper, Mrs. Ralph Brown. 'Fenton, Irene Krause, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Portland, Viola Trenary, Mrs. Martin Becker. .-,.,.•• Ledyard, Pearl Laabs. Lotts Creek,-Anna Mae Butler. Irvlngtoh, Helen Schultz. Swea City, Buby Berg. Four From Bancroft Bancroft, . Dorothy Droessler, Mary Frances Inman, Berdyne Hunt, Mrs. G. T. Pefferman. The county president, to be elected at the annual Rally Day at Burt today, will attend; also the county chairman, Mrs. er, Titonka. Ray Mil- Elizabeth Ann Inman, as Register & Tribune winner, will attend. RUSH FOR KOSSUTH WEDDING LICENSES June, month of brides, started out with a bang at the marriage license bureau in the district court clerk's office. Ten licenses were issued in the first four days, and two more Sunday, afternoon for couples who couldn't wait for a secular.day. Licensees'were: Walton Soderquist, Waukegan, 111., Gladys Nelson, Lone -Rock; Edwin C. Wittkopf, Luella W. Bell, all and Mrs. Nelson did not know gasoline bad been put into the in a half hour it had fallen All clothing, furniture, two Del plants, six guns, a cream sep or, two sewing machines, an other household goods were con suned. The loss is estimated at $10,000 only $3,000 insurance was car . The,county Mutual had $200 on the house and •• another com pauy carried $1000 on contents. An addition was built and th tioise modernized 13 years ago.' Eighteen young . canaries were planted some weeks ago and members helped Frdiay afternoon with the work of leveling off the parking. A fireplace, is being 'built by a mason and a, well will be drilled. Benches and ta'bles have been provided by the club. The purpose of wayside parks is to provide spots where travelers may stop for lunch and short rests. The highway commission is itself ixpected to be finished this week, j building such parks at points about The Junior Chamber had trees! the state. BURL FENTON, BANCROFT WIN LEAGUE GAMES Burt-Swea City Game Wild One, Piling Up 20-18 Score. Burt defeated Swea City, 20-18, in a wild .game at' Swea City Sunday afternoon, in the third of a series in the Kossuth league. Burt had 21 hits and four errors. Kuecker was pitcher; Marlow, catcher. Swea City had 19 hits and 8 errors. Deitering and Delm were pitchers: Montgomery arid Haritfan, catchers. Burt scored five home runs, seven triples and ten doubles. ^ Fenton Defeats Wesley. Fenton, playing Wesley, there, scored 12 runs, 15 hits, and five errors, with Erickson, Alderson, IRVINGTON KITTEN EXPLORES & LOSES FIRST OF 9 LIVES that was saved from the fire. Mrs. elson.had 50 birds, but the rest, perished. Two ijicubator's of due to hatch Monday and a nui nber of -goslings were burned in the .basement. Mr. and .Mrs. Nel- soi have five children: Herbert, married' and living a mile from home;- Elwood, Eileen, Verle, and Leota, at home. To Rebuild at Once. Mr. Nelson plans to build a new home'immediately. At present the gir Eileen is driving daily to Algona, where she is employed in the soil conservation offices. Elwood and Ve the arj Fr s are with the married son, and le are sleeping in a tent, and parents are living in the gran- Mrs. Nelson had given a. party rt«v evening for Verle's eighth birthday. "his was the fourth disastrous house fire in Portland In less than six 'months, and only > in one case was the house partly saved. The otter two completely destroyed were'John '*• Koestler's -\and Jos. Ktjestler'a George Larson's was I bu and Krause. Wesley made six runs 14 hits, seven errors, with Erdman, Bleich, and Froelich. Erdman got hit in the arm and had to be • taken from the game. Lotts Creek was., defeated at Irvlngton, June 5 — The Honeys are running back and forth to their cave with their butter and cream while their Frlgldalre is being.re- paired. The trouble started when a kitten found her way Into the mechanism of. the machine. The Intruder was badly bruised and was sick a few days from gas that escaped when the motor jammed. Bancroft, 5-0:. - Lotts ~. Creek four hits and WESLEY GIRL TOPS COUNTY 8TH GRADERS Irene Loebig, of St. Joseph's school, Wesley, is valedictorian of 237 Kossuth eighth grade pupils wrote state examinations last spring. Her average was 97.1 per cent, and she is a daughter of Mr. " five errors, Luedtke and Wlchtendahl. -Ban- made and Mrs." Edward 'H. wlth ley. Wes- croft made nine hits. Patterson and Welp were the Bancroft battery. Menke made three doubles for Bancroft, . Indians Beat Whittemore. ' Whittemore, playing "at Titonka, Diplomas and admission to H. S. certificates have been given to 192 eighth graders. Eighteen students failed to complete the tests in May, probably due to having moved out of the county or to in- lost by a score of 10-5. Titonka dependent town districts for the scored 15 hits and made four errors. Callies was pitcher, Batt the catcher. Whittemore scored ten hits and four errors, with Keene and Butler. Bancroft will play at Titonka next Sunday; Swea City, at Fenton; Whittemore, at Burt; and Lotts Creek at Wesley (instead of Wesley at Lotts Creek). tied only in part. the gasoline took fire and flared un it caused explosion of a nearby can of cleaning fluid. Instead of drowing the kerosene ca:i. containing the gasoline Mrs. son ran to the door with it and thifew it out. The blaze followed hek GOLFERS LOSERS IN EM'RURG ROUNDS i Seven Algona golfers went to Enmetsburg Sunday afternoon and played in an 18-bole inter-city tournament. The locals lost by a sore of 9-5. Representing Algona were Casey Loss, R. J. Harrington, H. B. White, W. D. Andrews, J. lumber nine belonged to May and | both of Algona; Paul A, Rieser, of >rought the total for last month to !9. Seven had 'been sold in June up to Saturday noon. Buying the new motor vehicles n the last week of May were M, F. Am'fahr, Algona; Paul Cornelius, Fenton; R. S. Underkofler, Ban~ all Al- Geo. W. Patterson, Burt, Qttp Larsen, Swea City, iroft; L. R, Burger, 'Burt; Jhevrolets; O. B. Martinson, goua, and ---^ ...... Fords; John Boe, Algona, Stude- Naperville, 111., Bernadine M, Arndorfer, St. Benedict; Ben H. Johnson, Ledyard, Joyce A. Johnson, Buffalo Center; Michael H. Fox, Dwlght, 111., Mabel L. Kent, Wesley. Carl Harold Peterson, ' Swea City, Metha Ravn, Armstrong; Loren Garth Eastman, Bode, Lucille Jane Phillips, Bradgate; Richard W. Hamann, Joyce Constance Van R. Murtagh, Lawrence Findley, an I Ross Cutler. blind .bogey tournament and dutch luncheon were held by the lo fo be er bv H. and Mel Peterson and Jim Kene- tick were tied for'the bogey. Dutch lu icheqns "•• are held every two w eks during the summer. "embers have till tomorrow ev- enjing to qualify in a tournament al club, Thursday evening, and lowing the luncheon the mem- •s heard.the Baer-Npva fight ov- the radio. ' Prizes of golf balls were won H. B. White, L. M. Merrltt, T. Holme's,'and Eugene Murtagh, and anq Ledyard, International truck. Up to Saturday in June Chevrolets had been bought by W. H. Codden, L. J. Malueg, and C. W. Morck, Algona; Fords by W. I. Dodds, Lone Rock, H. B. Hicks, Algona, and C. C. Anderson, Elmore; and a Chrysler by R. F, and Vera H. Miller, Titonka. County Picnic for WCTU Tomorrow A county W. C. T. U. picnic will be held tomorrow at the Ambrose A. Call state park, with Mrs. J. C. Skow, Wesley, county president, to charge. It will begin at 10 a. m. and end with a picnic supper. A feport; o» *te district meeting held at Clarion tpa *&9 given. The Bancroft, , ajgo any AAA Checkers Busy in the Cornfields Checking under the 1939 AAA program is already well under way. It was started June 1 and will be completed by July 1 or Mankato; Robert L. Marshall, and sobn as all qualifying rounds have i earlier. There are 76 men in the Floren Mood, also both of Manka-1 been completed tomorrow even-1 WeWi two or three to this town- Osdoll, both of Fort Podge; Ralph | sponsored :by the Hub Clothiers, & Carpenter, M. White/Violet M. White, both ofiwio have donated three prizes. As «• VNHV"*"" . - . PLAYGROUNDS CALL ALGONA CHILDREN An all-summer playground program for Algona children opened second semester. The rest of the pupils .in the county who did not fail in more than three subjects will be given the privilege of study under coach or private tutor during the summer, and then will have an opportunity to write tests over in branches In which they failed. The tests will -be given before the schools open in the fall. The upper 15 per cent ta ti» e ACCUSES PAIR OF BURGLARY ATJITONKA Fires Twice in the Air to Warn Youth to Stop. Ubben Winter Jr. pleaded guilty last night to a charge of being an accessory in the burglary, and was sentenced to ten years in prison by Judge G. W. Stillman. He was given a bench parole into custody of Sheriff Loss. Vernon Winter, 18; was shot in the left thigh Sunday night by Marshal Stott, of Titonka, when the youth was fleeing down an alley. The marshal had called three times for the youth to stop, and then had fired two shots into the air to make him stop. He continued to run, and Stott then fired at the youth's legs, the gun rising slightly so he was hit in the thigh. The wound is not believed serious. Vernon and his brother Ubben Winter Jr., 27, were then arrested at their car parked off the main steet as the marshal ran out of the alley and saw them. The pair are accused of robbing the Breen pool hall, and a checkup this morning disclosed two cartons of cigarets, four candy bars, four packages of gum, and two combs missing. Marshal Lies In Wait. Marshal Stott was making his usual rounds of the stores about 11:30 Sunday nlghtf, and as he went to the pool hall he heard someone moving around, . in the^ dark in the building. The front of the building had not been touched, so Stott went to the alley, where he saw that a screen and window had been broken. 'He then laid in wait for the burglar; to come 1 out; and>' saw Vernon clamber but of the window. As soon as the-youth was -clear he commanded him to stop and put up his hands. The youth instead started to run, dodging in and around buildings with the marshal in pursuit. Twice more the marshal yelled for the boy to stop, and he then fired two shots into the air. Then in order to stop him he fired • at the legs. The youth did not drop when struck by the bullet, but ran around the corner into the side street, where he reached the car where his brother was waiting. At this time Stott came up, and arrested both. Stott then called Dr. Hamstreet to care for the wounded boy, and called. Sheriff Cagey . Logs, wuO - 1 "---—up'and brought Ubben Jr. county, or the "honor" graduates, i to the Kossuth jail, and Vernon to will each be awarded a felt letter "I" by the state. The list follows: Arend, Helen 96.3% Berger, Mildred . 91.2% Blumer, Philip 949% Bockes, Kenneth .:__90.8% charge of boys and Evelyn Graham in charge of girls. From 9 a. m. till noon every day ^^.T."! 6 ,^, *gJSSL ?. ee *,. a ' ' Eng'stro^; Efatne' Claipsaddle, Bonnie 91.uyo Dutton, Donna Jean 93.7% Erpelding, Angela 91.0% ~ ~~ ' ' ' .94.0% > . * pl ? y Ferstl. La Vonne ._._.. 95.2% kittenball and baseball and make Gi ff ord R OS etta - 910% —-i """" model 1:30 to airplanes. In the afternoon,, Holcon ; b R e Ubel j , K ' i' < ?, dep ^ S wll , ! , ?, lay ,.v en " J entz, Lucille 92.0% nis, baseball, and do a little "box-1 Kayser ing,", at Athletic park. They will — - ' also go swimming at the municipal pool. Kabelitz, Theodore -------- 93.3% Kollasch, Beatrice --------- 91.9% .. „ „ . i , ... , --------- . Mr. Kelly expects to make the L j cktelg> carmelita _________ 93.9% recreation more interesting with tournaments and a free movie every two weeks for good attendance. Girls S to 15 years old will meet from 9 a. m. till noon at the Bryant grounds with .Miss Graham. They will play games, have tournaments at jacks,* etc., and Miss Graham plans to have each girl i prumbT'Patricia „.„•„ make a doll house out of boxes. Radlg Eugene 94 0% After the houses are finished, the RIck i efSi Vernon"""™""^* girls will make furniture, cur- simpson, Mildred 91.0% tains, etc., to complete the project, gwanson, Thelma 96.4% .Thompson, Irene 191.6% Lickteig, Theresa 95.6% Lloyd, Stella 94.2% Loebig, Irene — ___97.1% Linde, Dorothy ^ 93.1% Long, Glenn 92,3% McWhorter, Virginia ..93.8% Mawdsley, Junior : 91.8% Meyer, Lillian 91.6% Potratz, Dolores ; 93.81) Rich, -92.0% -90.8% to. Two couples came from Minne-1 m sota, and three of the bride-grooms daly. from Illinois. In all May only 19 licenses v*ere issued. link, flights will be arranged and ship, and they are checking first itch playing will begin Thurs- Wi»consin Man New Editor at Lu Verne Lu Verne, June 6—The Lu Verne News has been sold tp Rex B. Clay, Barren, Wis-t wlio will pub- U^h this week's paper. Mr, Clay had been foreman and linotype operator <w thj? Barren Shield lor some time, and be is'a member of a femjP; pfojilnters, ten .phllcjiren haviag all be|u brought ,up in the tra^e by, th|» father, ajji^ pije, bjB^gv ftqw ewgage^ 1 ojr. prtotfeig Dance Pupils Will Give Recital Here A "Rhythm Parade" will take pi ice at the high sphool auditorium at 8 o'clock Thursday night, w th 60 of Bernice Stpck's dancing pupils taking part The performance is to tie divided into tljree par^s, aftd will include Up, to?,- ballet, acrobatic, and toe-tap dsuces. Costumes and scenery w$H modernistic and colorful, as ttey-have been in two preceeding compliance on corn for parity "payments. If all farms entered in the Tha nartnerB jquirements, parity »nd his will approximate H w Dickinson Firm i* Announced • • Formal partis announcing forma- pf a law partnership under Dickinson & Dickin- received in Algona. in this county 1435,000. Pastor in KGLQ Broadcast. practicing at Ites Moines. The general practice of law is stated as the firm's field, but the firm will specialize in state and federal in- Corwith, Juae 5— The Rev. Karl dividual? and corporate ta? prac- W. G. Hiller has been selected to tice "and practice before the var- present the ministerial .viewpoint gpvernmental departments . of the recent Methodist uniting ^4 agencies." This is the line . conference on the forum hour .of that Call Dickinson has been pur- the Kossuth hospital, where the latter will probably be a patient for several days. The gun was a 32 calibre ' and the bullet Went only through flesh, either missing the bone entirely or ibarely nicking it. The bullet went clear through, plowing through about six inches of flesh. Not the Only Instance,, 'Continued 'burglaries of a similar nature in the county in recent months have annoyed officers and businessmen. There is seldom any great amount of merchandise taken, and it is believed that several youths have secured cigarets and candy by the same methods. Officers sometime ago made every effort to discover the culprits, but identification was missing, and evidence difficult to secure, About the only way in which such a burglar can be taken is to catch one at the scene at the time. .Officers are also up against a tough . proposition in - such an arrest, for if the youths had been professionals they would have carried guns, and shot at anyone who tried to stop them. In the dark it is impossible to recognize a running person. Marshal Stott was complimented by the Algona officials on his good marksmanship in shooting at the legs and hitting the mark. It was his duty to stop the youth, and he accomplished the purpose without doing" permanent damage to the youth. TWELVE IN COUNTY GRADUATED FROM One of the largest commencements ever hejd at the Uijiversjty of Iowa took place yesterday, when some 1,200 degrees and certificates were awarded. Among the graduates, were an even dozen from Kossuth as follows; Paul A. Black and Isabel Greenberg, bachelor of arts and Kate Skinner, master of arts, all of Al- KGLQ, Mason City* Sunday, June 18, 1 p. m, arc Boriied The ashes of Cora Setchll, 89. of SajB-DJagp, Caltt., piece of Mrs. suing. The firm has offices in Fleming building. Former Teacher to Europe. Ruth Messenger, who ta English in hleh school here a • ago, will sail tomorrow from York City toj § geria; Dorothy Mwclne Pink, . John W. Gaugar^ M, D./ Merrill Parteness, ft ft to. elef IricaJl gineeri&g, an$ Normajn K#j»p» 6* in civj} esgiaeefjiyi, all p£ , falq Center; J,, Frances Kee, m te? of arts, Cprwith; Robert. *V? <2f i 't, iW7 ;S?iJI Thjs. recital will be dU- been buried, i» Rfveryiew to the fjwfly pther?, however abroad, m.ost cemetery. . JQ, May Megsenger is now tfachfgf i| Mr, Cjy»f wifea^d one &o?bter. Cornell collie.
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