HISTORICAL DE¥T. Awarded Highest Honors as '"Iowa's Best Weekly 'Newspaper By State University of Iowa, 1933 OFFICIAL crnr AND couwnr PAPER &lgona Upper WEATHER fair and warm probable shower*. Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2(5, —Ton Pa £ eft VOL. :!2.--N(). V TTTONKA, BDRT WIN TWO COUNTY MEETS Played yesterday Afternoon i For Kossuth County Title TITONKA PITCHERS HURL NO HIT GAME Titonka and Burt high school baseball teams were scheduled to meet yesterday afternoon for the county baseball title, 'on the Bancroft diamond. TI- tonka won tri-e east county tournament played last Friday and Saturday and the west half teams played at Burt. The affair is sponsored by the county schoolmasters' association. One-Slded Scores The first afternoon at TItonka. Lcd- yard was snowed under by Indians, 17 to 0. Titonka played airtight ball be- Mnd the stellar pitching 1 of George Bockelman and Lefty Rockow, who held the boys from L«dyard to a no-hit game. Saturday morning Titonka defeated LuVcrne, 23 to 3, Bancroft defeated Wesley, 8 to 7. and Titonka defeated Bancroft, 18 to 2. The Bancroft-Wesley game was f he highlight of the tournament. The game went ten Innings. During the first four Innings, Wesley got to Welp for seven runs, but in the last half of the fifth, Bancroft tallied six times on a combination of three hit's, thr^e v.-r-lks and two errors. Wesley's battery was McCall, Erdmann and Llcktetg. Five Play at Bart The west county teams playing at Burt were Lone Rock, Fenton, Grant, Bwea City and Burt. Burt establ'fhed its supremacy after strong competition. The Burt boys, It will be rcmsmbi-rsd. set a record last year that tho other county teams will have to work hard to match, when they went to th-3 state tournament and nearly upset the dope bucket In grand style. They are out to repeat, but Judging from the. Titonka scores, will run Into some real competition. Due to a conflict with this paper's press schedule, the results of the county championship Wednesday afternoon will be Ivsld over until next week. Daughter of John * Lot* Succumbs to Three Year Illness Rosella Isabelle, eldest daughter of John Loss, passed away at 6 a. m. Sunday at home following an Illness of about three years. 6he was born July 22. 1817. on the Oilmore farm long occupied by the elder Low family, being 18 years and 9 months of age. Sh-? was an excellent Bcholnr and attended Algona high school one year. Two weeks ago Sunday she was brought home from Oakdale sanitarium and ev-u-y comfort was extended her by her doctor, pastor nad loved ones. She leaves beside her father, one brother, John Jr.. 14, assisting at home having completed the eighth grade a year ago and one sister. Mildred, 5, and a host of relatives and friends, for she was loved by all who knew her. Funeral services w-:re held at 9 m from St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, Rev. T. J. Davcrn in charge Burial was in the Catholic cemetery^ Pall bearers were six cousins. E. S. and Donald Skilling, Casey, Michael. Jr. and Stephen Less, Jr., and Elmer Dole Assault, Battery Case in Local Court A chare* of assault and battery was heard in the court of P. A. Danson, justice Monday afternoon, with Jonn Roelfsema of Lakota as defendant John Furst, also of Lakota. filled the information. According to the story told, the trouble started in a Lakotu restaurant. Justine Damon sentenced the defendant to 30 days In the county jai but siu-pended sentence for 60 day, 1 pending good behvaior. Albert Boltze.s and C. A. Edwards were call.d as witnesses. Editor Haggard, Wife Will Return Friday Editor and Mrs. J. W. Haggard are expected home Friday from San Antonio Texas, where they have spent the past three months at the home of Mr. Haggard's sister. Mrs. Harry Moore. They left San Antonio Tuesday and will arrive in Mason City Friday afternoon. Monday the Haggards attended the dcdicaticn of Alamo Down*, a new racing park, to which horses were brought from all over the country to take part in the races. Call Theatre Bank Prize Was Unclaimed The ante will be boosted to $100 next week at the Call Theatre Bank Night, following it drawing Tuesday of this week which found none of the persons named in the theatre. Mrs. PC. Fe-iiey of Corwith was called in the evening and C. C. Johnson of Mallard in the afternoon- Neither was present. In the Scrappy cartoon coloring contest Wilma Shuiriway won the first child's prize, with Merriam Zeigler. second. Winners of third place were Pern John*on, M--rna Zeifler. Boyd Grunzow, Dickie Strayer and Pauline Moore. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes* But Brunette Won Match The pen Is mightier than the sword: and (he brunrtlto Is mightier than the blonde—at least so some 150 or so gentlemen fotfnd when they attended a good, old fashioned "rassHng" mateh In the I. O. O. F. ban hero on Thursday of last week, and watched *wo young ladies of 20 years wrangle each other about the mat. The twwfe between the ladies was one of four matches, and seemed to be the most enjoyed b(p the spectators. According to word reaching our office, there wax a wild front row of bald heads about the ring, although we catinot vouch for the truth of taie statement. It seems that thfe blonde, although losing the match, was the big favorite with the men, which just goes to show that men Jntajr prefer blondes but brunettes are better masters. Rumor has it that on one occasion' the blonde was pitched bodily pnt of the ring! (they were using the Texas rales), and the place was flooded with gentlemen offering thte lady assistance back Into the arena. In one of the masculine bouts, it seemsi that one of the boys was also pitched out and showed some relufctance to get back Into the swim, so one of the audience, himself no poor rassler, gralbfted the fellow and tossed him back to where his opponent conld grab «*>«>«• hold and again throw hbn out. There were no carnalities, and the matches seemed to have been much enjoyed. Frank Bauers of Swea City, a well knnfom wrestler himself, engineered the local matches, which created a graW deal of comment. As the story goes, a young Tawyer (not from Algona) and a bachelor rewarded the brunette's victory by offering to take the lady hohw, and was accepted. ACADEMY PUPILS TO OFFER PLAYS ON SUNDAY NTTE Music, Songs, Dances Also Planned by Three Classes A program consUMng of a scries of thre-; plays, music, songs and dances will b: presented by the punior, sophomore and freshmen classes and grades seven and eight of St. Cecelia academy on Sunday evening, April 29th at 8 o'clock. A convedy In one act, "Not On the Programme" by the Juniors includes in the cast of characters Margaret Nelson, Dorothy Wels, Ruth Payne, Clare Stcpman, John Frankl and Floyd Bode. John Lee Holtzbauer and Joanne Godden will present a Spanish danre. and Ruby Murtha will Offer K dance. The sophomores will present a one act comedy "You're a Cuckoo." with a cast composed of Bernard Weaver, Marguerite Ostwlnkle, Margaret Bllley, Leo Frankl, WUm» Kapp and Stanley Witt>»i*aa. i %torjiaL;,»pa Wttbur Oourt- iwy and Aftwrtnacfiter will also present a tap dance. In the cost of the freshman one act comedy, "A Bargain's a Bargain." Evelyn Capesus, Th-?ltna Amon, William Barry, Charles Beardsley, Jeanne Devine and John Daughan will take part. Music will be furnished by the St. Cre'lla orchestra. K-Ball Season to Open Monday; Full Lighting for Field The first games In the 1934 schedule of the Alffona klttenbull league will be played next week. Monday. April 30, the Phillips "Cfi" oulflit will play th • Sinclair Oils; Wednesday. May 2, the Hub Clothiers will meefi the Algona Upper DCS Molnes: Frid'.iv. May 4. t'.ie Skelly Oils untl RCA Victor aggregations tangle. As soon a.s • qulpment gets here, the lights will be installed. Follcwinp t Indecision of the park board to put In IHrht.s for klttenball. the school hoard decided to supply the extra funds nec- c.s^m-y and as a rrsult the entire Held will now be lighted. An expenditure of $753 more will turn the trick, bringing the total cost to around $1.800 or $1,900. There will be 12 polo. 5 , ten of which will b- CO feet l-.igh. using 48 kilowatts of lurht, and triving Algona without an exception a night athfc tic field comparable to any in this section of the state. Stork Brings 8 Babies in a Week to Wesley Homes Wesley: This past week perhaps will go down as "Baby Weok" in and around Wesley. A bnby girl. Beverly Ann. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirksen; a baby girl was born the fore part of th-? week to Mr. and Mrs. Leonp.rd Klocke at the Kossuth hospital; an eight pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rufus W?Hcr Wednesday evening; a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sheets. Mrs. Shorts being formerly Miss Florence Reno; Mr. and Mrs. Elmpr Johnson are parents cf a baby piri barn Saturday: and last but by far the least, a pair of twin boys were born Sunday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain at the home of h--r parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hlldmnn. They were named Robert Richard find Richard Robert. Each weighed six and a half pounds. DR. FRANK KLAHR .PASSES ON; RITES AT 3 P.M. TODAY Father of Mrs. George St. John was in His 85th Year MEMBER OF MASONIC LODGE, COMMANDERY 37 File For County Office; G. 0. P., Democrats Call Rallys Albert Lea, Minn., Judge Will Speak at Demo Rally, Friday COLFLESH BILLED BY REPUBLICANS MAY 2 COUNTY WOMEN'S CLUB WILL MEET AT SWEA MAY 1 The County Federation of Women'i clubs will hold the last meeting of the year May 1st In the high school auditorium at Swea City. The business meeting will be opened at 11 o'clock Mrs. Clayton Phillips, the district chairman, will conduct a club Institute at 11:30. Clubs are requested to bring their club problems for the question box. Mrs. Raymond Swanson and Mrs. Clayton Phillips will be tlx- .speakers on Hie afternoon program. The Swea City Thivrsduy club and W. C. T. U., tin- Lnkota Acorn and Pri.scllla clubs will bo the hostesses. Al Peterson Gives Rotary Sidelights on Pacific Travels A. L. Peterson, fresh from an exl.'iid- ed trip to the Pacific coast, gave an interesting talk. Monday neon, to members of the Algona Rotary club in the Alg-'-na hotel. Al told of visiting .<• veral lormcr Algona residents, and hi.s interviews with them were especially enjoyed by their old friends. Yellowstone Park, Yosi-mite, the giant r dwotd forest, and a number of metropolitan coast cities came In for their .-hnre of discussion. Al said that the citizens of California, with the exception of u few church groups were .solidly behind the hanging of the two mi-n a few months back, following (heir arrest in connection with n murder ami attempted extortion. He also told an Intere-ting incident. x\v;en hf made Ihe ucquaintanc,' of a .jewel r in a small coa.st city, who in- sii'terl that he come cut there mid op'•n tin a photo studio. Another good laugh \va.s Al's account of a h-hini: trip into the Pacific ocean. He ansl-.-d Chuck Cretzmeyer, sU-llur Algoiut high i Ml day from a rock and didn't even Boils, Chicken Pox Keep Algona Track Team from Relays A bad case of boils which attacked Dr. F. P. Klahr dkd suddenly Tuesday afternoon about three o'clock nt the homo of his daughter. Mrs. Gcorgp St. John. He hftd been down town in the morning visiting with friends. At noon when he was calkd to dinner he came downstairs In a somewhat semi-conscious condition. Me was immediately given assKtanoe, but failed to respond to treatment and passed away In a few hours. During tho past yenr Dr. Klahr has suffered three of four similar heart attacks, but recovered and continued his customary activities. Born In Ohio Frank. P. Klahr was born September 2, 1849. at Bloomville, Ohio, whcro he ecelved his early education. Complet- ng his secondary work he attended lormnl schools at Lebanon and Rcpub- Ic, Ohio. He taught and later took a degree nt the Eclectic Medical Instt- utc in Cincinnati. He began his prac- Ice at Thorntown. Indiana, in ft partnership and later he practced in Bloom- ill? and Pierre, South Dakota, mov- ng to Horicon, Wisconsin, in 1891, vherc he remained until 1906. In 1903 ie was appointed to the State Board of Medical Examiners for a term of our years. MeanwhUc lie had married Clara Klnscl at Bloomville, on June 17, 1875. Two children were born to them, Mrs. W. C. McNown of Lawrence, Kansas, and Mrs. George St. John of Algona. Retired in 1910 In 1910 Dr. Klahr gavje up his medical practice and he and Mrs. Klahr followed their two daughters to Walla Walla, Washington, where Mrs. St. John taught before her marriage nnd where her sister and husband llwd The Klalvrs remained in Walla Walla until 1926 when they oame to Algona lo make their home with the St. Johns They celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary last June, reminiscing over a long and beautiful companionship, Sine* coming to Algona the Klahf- havo token an active pan In the work of the Congregn tonal church where Dr. Klahr served as superintendent of the Sunday School for a year. He was a member of the Blue Mountain Lodg 1 ?, No. 13, the Royal Arch and Commandcry No. 1 of the Knight Templar of Walla Walla. He never brought his membership to the locnl lodge but was a regular attendant at the local Masonic meetings and also fir'n.u<"ntly attended the Commandcry mcctlnKS at Kininetsburg. A Keen Reader Dr. Klahr was keenly intvn-sl-ed in affairs of the day. He was a greut render und a Rood visitor and a frequent visitor at, this office. hi.s wife, two daughters and pnmdchldrrn he Is also survived by a orcthor who lives in Denver tuul who will be unable to here. Funernl » rvlces will be held Thursday afternoon at three o'clock from the Congrcfflitionul church with the llev. J. Robert Horncr officiating'. Bu- •iul will be made ut Riverview with the Prut! 1 nee chapter of Masons In charge und a Knight Templar escort. Dust Storm Cause of Burt Accident Burtl: Mis. Luther Fairbanks' car i,f toan vhen -she wa.s KO':IH horn 1 : during the st; rm Hatti-d.iy evrniiiif. Young Democratic Club will Be Organized; Bonn stetter to Talk There will be a county wide meeting of the Kossuth County Roosevelt club at the Algona high school nudl- torium, Friday -evening, April 27, nt 8 o'clock n. m. The meeting will bo addressed by Judge J. F. D. Mclgrmn of Albert Lea, Minnesota. Judge Meighnn Is nn o;;;lor of note and th Kossuth county Roosevelt club consld- rs itrelf fortunate to be able to secure ilm for this meeting. Edward Brern. state chairman for owa of the Young Democrats clubs, vlll also be present and will explain he pnirposes and objects of the Young Democrats club and a county organlza- lon will be perfrctccl. Every voter between the ages of 21 and 40 year-? re eligible in the Young Democrat* club, with honorary membership for hose over 40 years of age. Representative Bonnstetter will also be present and .sp<-uk briefly on the special session of the last legislature. The neetlng Is free and the public is cordially invited to att-end rcgnrdlefs of poltlcal affiliation. Robert W. Colflesh. republican candidate for governor of Iowa. Is to talk at Algona on Wednesday, May 2. at the lilgh school auditorium. This meeting Is another in the serks being sponsored by the Kossuth County Republican club, at which any or all candidates for republican nomination have been invited to appear. These forums are open to the general public who are cordially invited to be present next W-Edncsday. 2 Bakeries Prove Rife With Romance A« Couples Marry All confirmed bachelors wlshlnic U> remain in that state take notice: "Beware of working In bakcriesv" All least it la IhomrlH that the bnk- frtts rrtust have something to do with It when, by a peculiar quirk of fate, two boys, Ray Cook of the Wilson Bakery and BUI Finn of thf Alg-nnol Bakery, .entered into the hll^ful state of weddrd life at about tfhc same hoar Saturday night. And then again this warning might wrvo as advice and rncour- ajfcmrnt to some despairing lovelorn youth. Perhaps work In a bakery adds that elusive and Indefinable "it" to the masculine personality. Anyway, it's worth trying if <thr one and only has turned you down, boys. (Bakeries please report if new applications for jobs are received this wwk. Cupid s««ms to have preferred bakeries as his hide-out Saturday. So no matter which bakery you step Into remember that rongra- tulaUon« are the order of the day. Deadline to File For County, Township Offices on May 5 TWO FILE FOR ALOONA CONSTABLE Develops Carbuncle Mads Christiansen, manager of the Algona Cooperative Creamery, was recuperating this week from a first class eurbunci* which has slowed him up aome for the ten days- track man, und the chicken pox. whic laid Guderiaii up lor a time, will prevent the Ued and Black from b-.ndin:-! u team to the Drake Relays. Coach Ken Mercer and the boys were bearing up und r the disappointment this week, und hoping to appease their misfortune, by future victories. At Esthcrville, Saturday, the Algona cinder men came in second in a four- way me. t, ltd by Cretzmeyer, who Look hrsls in the 100 and 220 dashes, the broad jump, and fourth in the shot put. Algona scored 35 points. Esthervilte won with 73. Milford was third with aH',-j und Spirit l fc 'ke was fourth with 2:> markers. SarclU'tL of Algona took second in the 440. Shackleford was second in the 8bO, Bruns was fourth in the javelin and Kigsbec was fourth in the polo vault. The Algona 880 yard relay team was M'cond, and Uw one milt 1 txjain was first. Hobbies of Kiwanis t;et u nibbl-e. Cemetery Ass'n. Asks Shrubbery Donations The Algona Cemetery association h:i- a-sked that KWubbery. iris or other plants or flowers biiitab!-' for cemetery u-e and whch owners are willing to donate be offeree! to the association by calling Mrt. J. O. F. Price, Mrs. E. J. Murtugh ur Mrs. Frank Geigel. Ari alignments will Uh-.-n be made to call for them by the association. Armstrong Accident Fatal to Man, 49 Lawrence J, Boland, 49, was .- truck ard fatally injured by a car driven by Arm-tin Lund, 20. of Halfu, while the former was walking to his honu ne'r Armstrong about 12:30 o'clock Sunday morning. Lund did not see Boland due to (I-.-,- dust storm. Formed Program Alter Ihe accideat Boland was ru^m rormeu irrograni (;J a ,^,.0,.^ orfice renamed Kiwaii'js club members held a round i new. but passed away shortly afier- tubie talk on "My Hobbies" ut their ! ward. He suffered u brok- n bark entertainment at the regular weekly | Boland had bt-en working for Clayton iiiix'ting lu&t Thursday. Those who talk-i Householder nt-ar Armstrong lor the id on this subject were Dr. M. G. j past Un yews. Bourn-.-. J. L. Bunar, Ed Rial, Abner ! and Dr. C. H. Cretuiu-yer. All members were present at this meeting uud tills inukei the eighth 100 per cem in- cling since the first of the year. Burns Bight Hand Jim McDonald, Algeria postmaster, was carrying bis right hand iu a bandage this week, as the result of burn:; he received a ttw days ago. Seneca Man on His Way to Denmark Lone Rock: Tinas Madst-n, who fo; the uast 11 years has bs-"*;ii the janitor of the Seneca school. It-It n-c-utly for New York, from which place he la to iia.il for Denmark. hju> old home, w visit relatives. He exptcts lo be gone about Uuxt months. tipped over in the ditch Board Goes Through ^ Auto's Windshield; •_ -, *» : * Occupants Uninjurec Kcnton: Mrs. John Homnn nnd he daughters, Florence and Adella, llvini northwest of town, met; with an auto mobile- accldrnt at the Black Ca bridge north of town Sunday when re turning home. As I.s often the case, no one seems to know how it happened but the cur left th*- bridge on the wp.« side. A thick board from the ratlin; went through the windshield and th< ck fflas.'i. The occupants escaped serious injury. Florence rec- ived a swain- id tirm. the others minor cuts an' bruises. Some bov.s hnpix'nt'il to be uj- oni; the creek and helvy d them out of the water. A pir.sin.t,' car took them t< RlP|;sU-il where they were examined alii: car d for by a docior. The car landed on its .side and wns not badly damaged Fairbanks escaped injury, the glas,, being all broken out of one sit'" of the car. Statutory Rape Case in Court Here Hal Sailer, a middl'-aged farm employee, wa.s bound over to the grand jury. Wednesday morning of this week, nn a charge of statutory rape of a yni under Hi yar.s of age. Sailer i.s from th • ea>t section of the county. .Justice H. B. White conducted the preliminary hearing. Bond was fixed ut $2500, and Sailer is in jail here, a.s yet unable to furnish that sum. Woman's Club to Have Friday Program The annual garden program of the Woman's club will be held Friday at 3 p. in., at the library, ut which time an exchange of seeds in bulk, between the ni-mbers will take place, substituting for roll call. Mrs. H. W. Woodward of Whitte- mort; will discuss "My Garden Experiences." and Mr.-. Theu. Herb.-!, will -ing u group of -spring songs on the interesting program which im» Ix-t-n ar- j ranged by the commiu.e. I Fenton to Change One School Post Ft-ntun: TlK- teachers of the i-Vnton public -sell, ol have all been rehired with the exception <'f tile principal and coach E. D. White. Mr. Auuard of GoldlU-ld hui been hired to fill t!i-- vacancy. The faculty member;, will be: M. E. Ofctcrn- .ss. superintendent; Esther Five Home Project Meetings Next Week The home project, sch.dule of mei-t- liw\ to be held In Koasuth county nex'. week i.s a.s follows: Monday, April 30, at home of Mrs J. 11. Warburton, for Li'dyurd, Lincoln, Springfield, und Hebron townships, 1 p. m. Tuesday, May 1, at Legion Hall. Al(.•111111, 11 a. in., for Ci'i-sco, Irvingtoii. Hiv rdale, Sherman and LuVerne town- ips. Wedn, .sduy, at Mr.s. W. A. Peler.s hoiiie, Hurt, 10 u. m., for Fenton. Hurt aii'I Portland townships. Thiir.sday, at Iluncroft public .schoul. 10 a, m. for Gn-enwoiid. Ham^ey, Seneca and Oenniin townships. Friday. Swea City. 10 a. m., for Kagle, Sw-a. Grant and Harrison townships. Fanni - Clannon. hume muiiageiii<-iu .-•Ix-ciah.sL of Ames will conduct the nn ,-tiiigs. Parsons Coy Ie La\v Firm Opens Soon I-'.. 11. Parson, who i.s concluding hi-s term a.s superintendent of the Swea City .-cliool utter recently r .signing has definitely announced that he will open a law alllce in Alyona in the near luture. The tirm name will be I J ar- j-oiii, aiitt Coyle, tin- S«'-. a Cllyun to be ' u.-;.ociated with Judge Coyle of Hum- I txddt. The latter v,all sj^-iid tlitei- 'days a week in Alguiia and the remainder in Humboldt. Treptow Will Ruling Allows Property Sale WHh regard to the 'I'lvptow will cu.Si 1 . whicli resulted in the Betting aside ijf the will of Win. Treptow. u.s i'e- p rud in la-st/ week's paper, som-. 1 ini.-- undvrstaiiding bet-m.s t;i l.ave arisen, A n-fiue.st was made that Ihe will be .-^ t aside, as under !(.-> terms Mr.s. 'in-ij- WESLEY MAN DIES AT WHEEL OF HIS AUTO ON FRIDAY Lioebig Car Crashes Into Pole After Death; Widow, 2 Children Survive Wesley: People In the Wesley community were sndly surprised Friday night and Saturday morning when it became known that Charles Locblg had died suddenly from heart disease while returning home from Britt where he had gone for medical aid earlier in the evening. Passcrsby discovered Mr Locblg sitting upright in his car which had taken to the ditch, near the rail road crossing at Hutehlns and had been Mopped, by .running Into » post Thpto wore no signs of a struggle nn< death seemed to have arrived quictl hut «uddenly. Mr. Looblg iva.s born Mnrch 7th. 1873. war Iowa Palls, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lot-big, Sr. He llvrd In Iowa all his life and followed the funning occupation until twenty years ago when lie retired and moved to W slev. He wa.s married i;> Ml.'s Alice Kennedy thirty-six years ncn to which union was born twu children. Mrs. Doris Itlack and Joseph Lot-bis?. Hi- w:is (i (K-voiit member of the St. Joseph's catholic rluirch anil .stood ever rracly '.o assist his frl- nd.s nnd family in time of iieotl. Among other employment, ho served the town of Wi'.-ley a." omr.shiill for a number of vcnr.s, iiiui wns a man of dependability in his pur- •uits of labor. Kim nil services w.>"e held Monday mornln'-,' lit nine o'clock at the St. Jn- tt-ph's Catholic church with I ho H<-v A. J. Wum-ncr. celebrant at Ih- re- 1 quit-in HKIS.S-. nurlnl took place in II'.'.' St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. Resides his widow and two children! he IOHVI-S two (rraiidclilldron. four brothers, nami'ly: John R. Iv'l, and Kin-en.: N., all of Wesley, und r-'ranl; of LIs- more, Minn., and five .'Isler.s. Mrs. John Doll of I,ainar. Colorado. Mrs. John llubor <-f niilfalfi Center, Mrs. Frcrl Doll of F,ltlor:». Mrs. IV-rnanl HrorkMnc of Inil'. pt nil'Mii-,' and Mr.s Huhi.s Welter i ; Corwilli, The iiun'lv idiil r"lalives liavf 'he 'incrr'' .sviiinatfiv of their friend-, nrrl the community in general Big Rush Expected Next Week; Candidate Reported Active Filing of candidates for county anri township offices began last week, witli 37 nnmes nlrtady on record. The majority of those were seeking offices of township assessor, township clerk or township trustee. Other offices for which candidates have officially fUrrt nre supervisors of the fourth and fifth district, constable, precinct committeeman nnd justice of the pence. The deadline for filing for county offices of any kind Is on Saturday. May 5 with Counyt Auditor E. J. Butler. Tho. list of filings to dato follows. The letter R stands for republican and D for democrat. Township Assessor: Herman Ubbcn. <R), Titonka, German twti.; Mrs. Eleanor Potter. (R), Crcsco twp.; Fred Wogoner, (R), Fenton twp.; E. C. Ore<-n (R,). Sherman twp.; Leslie Jenkins (R>. Irving!on two.; Thomas Crahnn <D>, Riverdalr twp.; HollU Benschotcr (R), Plum Creek twp.; A. L. arrcnfleld (Ri. Irvington; James Hognn (D), Whittr- iorp; Henry Klepper (D), Oarfleld: R. F. Hnweott. <R>, Burt; E. M. Harsch R), Portland; Etl Chambers (R), Lu- Vern-; J. W. Bollis (D). Srneca; Ed Edwards <R>. Oarfleld. Supervisor Dlst. No. 4: Paul Nemitz. R). Fenton; Charles Morris (R), Lono Rock. Supervisor, Dial. No. 5: J. H. Holcomb <R>, Lakota; P. J. Holkcn <R>, Swca City. Constab'e, Algona: Herb Adams (D>. F. A. Ncwvllle (R). Confltkiblr, Bart twp.: Henry Ewoldt. Sim:h. m and Eni/lish; Verhna loer- «cr. home economics; Margie Klein - lu-xaJ, sevenui aud eighth; Florence Barton, flith and sixth ; Ncttl..- WeW- brod. third aurt fourth; Mathilda Kits- bin, first aud second. to.v v.a.-, lo rcceue un income lor lit'*-- irem the proceeds of the estate, bu 1 ill . i-IMIIg It UMde. Mr-i. 'iTepl' j. I 'lie lie .simple title to thi- entire estate. Under the \vill tile wa.s not. uble legally lo di.-po.su of the property, bu^ i:i>w .--he lias ilic ijuv.er to do so 11 alK. d Sil'e.--. Pair Arrested in Connection With Swea Hide Theft Ir.t Mllli-r aiiii B. H Clntlin nf Kpir- i Lake ivi'ie iirrc.sti'il in ,Si«nx Cilv. Tuesday, rliarijed willi stealur,' hides fi om Ihv Sweii City Kenderiiv.; Works, Monday ni|;ht. Hetwei-n 1UD and I'M hide- were stol n. and the value was placed at iv.ir the S:iOI) mark 1 ,'.e\ an- il Id nil a yrand hire,-, ny clial(;e. A lieioini,' lor the tv\o men was to b..' Iv Id W'llin'Mlav atteriionn of tins week in a lucal jii>',iee court. The hut' s wer- n o.slly lior.-e und cow hides. Tin; men ]i :•••• of li e hides. Due to previous hide llielis, all marl:<t.s had been warned \-> }>•• on the lookout for any person^ .-i 11- ii;:.' hiiie.s who were unknown. Casey LDS.S, deputy .sherilt, brouuhi th-- men back from Sioux City. Tues- (R). Twp. Clerk: Miller Jensen (R). Seneca; Walter Vaudt. (D), Wblttenvare: Mike Wagner IP). Outfield •, K. H. Drpycr (R), Ponton; J. J. -Anderson (Dt. Harrison. Precinct CommlUwman: Ray S. Me- Whorter (R). Portland; J. H. Sheridan (D), Greenwood. Justlrn of Prarc: C. Behrmann (R>. Op.-cnwood twp.; Joe CORley (Di. arofnwood; J. II. Sheridan (D), Orex-n- wood. Twp. Tru-.tcc: C. C. Bans, Whitte- temore; Frank Ludwlp, (D), Whltte- more; Peter Elbert (D). Lott.s Creek; P. M. Chrlstenscn <R», Lono Rock precinct; C. W. Elbert ID). LotUs Crerk: precinct. Mrs. Gust Romer Passes Suddenly At Home, Monday Mi;;. Gust Ronier died ut her home on Diufjonal street Monday morning abovit. ileven o'clock. Slit- had undergone- ail un.succe.Siful operation about thret- years IIKO and .sine-- that time had been in i/oor heiilth. The week before her death fhe had not been fe-fllng a.s well us u.sual but on Sunday she and her luuband had gura- to Renwlck to vl.slt their daughter, Mrs. Frit?. GUK- f;er. Jii't a.s tlr-y sat down to dinner Mrs. Romc-r became critically ill. A doctor wa.s summoned at once and after a few hour-, she wa.s brought home at her own request. Further medical aid wa.s (liven her in Algona, but .she wo.s unable to rally. Marie Huhl wa.s b- rn Jaiumrv It', H17-1. in Fiuib'-'rK, Germany. While ui I hat cinintr" hhi- wa.s married to Oust Koin r on .September IB. 189-V Tl:cir lir.-,! two children were born in Germany, Two weeks after their arrival in this country their sixteen months' old daughter died und four w-.eks ti'tcr their landing their .son, John, wa.s bom. The Uonu-r.s reached Kenwick on A|i- lil 1^1. laflfj. wh<'rc thcv made th ic home for .somt^ years. Later they lived in Himibolilt and in MiniK-.soia !>-lore moving to Algoua in March, 1'J'JT, w!i n Mr. H( mcr becume an employer of (lie liot.sford Lumber Co. vviietc i;e is now locutod. .Mis. limner wa.s a thrifty home Un - inu person who devoted herself to Iv r Ir u ,ehold c'U'es and her family. Be Mile fit r hii-biind slie i.s tunned by t n hvinsf children a.s follows: Mrs Ci.arles Fischer and Mrs. Frit/ Gug- t'.-r of Renwick. Mrs. Lawrence Larson of Badyer, Mr.s. Aimer Vincent, of Fort. DodHf. Mrs. Henry Wudke of Elmore. John. Gu:-t, George, Autjiitt and Oscai- f Ala i!ay. The men were said ID hav<- ad- i Hlu- i.s also .survived by t\so biiter.s muted the thelt when questioned, Shc-r- Ledyard Carnival Planned on Friday A carnival of fun ha.s been tfrrangvil and will be Mjonsoml by the Ledyard I!:K!I activity a:-iijcijtion next Fridnv will i i,mat. The. carnival will be r.he firs'. Rush Poppy Plans American L. giun Auxiliary uieiu- bcro were ru.- : .hing prepurut loik, ilere this wec-k for ttiulr piirt in the Poppy- Day observance, May 26. Mrs. Holland is Ptoppy chairman cf Hung uuil of the Auxiliary. A corps of worker^ Is being formed to haudlt slrixt sul-. i locally. H.-, kind in lt,-dyard. A vuru-ly >jf .uw.s will b" otlert-d. and the -scliuol in i.s c-xiiecteil to rewound with t!u- UL'htvr of hundreds of visitur.s. T 1 e biiMiie.vi mei: of Ledyaid are b.jckimj tile event, ami num rou-- prize.-, are being ollered. The recx-ip's will be Used for defrayin -uciatioa. i-.xy IVA.-S of die Sale Nets $35,344.40 The delinquent, tax sale heid Muliuav realiied $35 344.40, County 'Hta-'Urer M J. Dully stated yrityrdny. Two huu- drcd und twcr-ly were aold. in Germany, anotlier Mrs, llanmo, in California, and Mi's. Vol,, and Mi's. Elta Xweifel of LuVerne. Mrs. Voiz. .spent c^niHtoubK: tur.'J ui Alt'.una at the Romer home. Funeral service's will be held Thursday afternoon at one-thirl v jrom the hou.se and at f.vo o'clock from the M. K cliui'ch with the Key. C. V H'iNj otfieiatinn. Burial will b'j inude tr\i v,' cemetery. Hurt by Flying Steel Karl Hesley received a rather aeri cut on tile i- K cue day lait Wctk he wa.s choppiny wood prtparatory \it kindling a. fire. He was using a doub'o headed ux which failed to go [hrou/h t:.c ;.-iece of wood. In an etlort ti> break tae wood hv struck the ax witli a, harunier which sent pieces of the a:< lUii'.K His lim;ds Were cut und a pkcc ol ateel lodged In the upu- r part cf his leu. He wits given shots tor lockjaw aud was laid up lur u Uuy >.r twu but, returned to work Monday.
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