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OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER aigona ®pper Beg ' "JUiP . . Ji Ji. HISTORICAL l)El*T. Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1930 —TPII Ha ire!- VOL. 34—NO. 47 Algona Xmas Program To Get Underway Next Week Santa Glaus Day on Dec. 8 Leads Off Gala Holidays SPECIAL SATURDAYS ARE ALSO PLANNED A three weeks' program of Christmas events of a community nature has been ann6unceu by The Algonft 'Chamber of Commerce this week, starting with the annual Santa Claus Day, to be held Dec.' a Dec. 8 (Tuesday)—Santa Claus Day, with rural and local school children as special guests. Free movies, free candy, and other features are being planned, with a gigantic parade as usual, and with Santa Claus here for the entire day with his reindeer and everything. Drfc. 6 (Saturday)—First award of a gift by Algona merchants. Dec. 12 (Saturday)—Second award of a gift by Algona merchants. Dec. 19 (Saturday)—Third award of a gift by Algona merchants. Dec. 24 (Wednesday)—Grand jubilee party at 5 p. m. at State and Dodge. Complete details of the full program cannot be explained here, but it should be sufficient to say that between 60 and 70 local business firms have joined hands to sponsor another great festival of Christmas, with six other merchandise awards, a grand award of a check for $300, plus the other special Saturday gifts all to be given away. There are no strings on the program; everyone Is eligible, and nobody can lose by getting into the fun. Listed elsewhere in this weeks issue of this paper is a complete list of local firms who can supply full details of the Christmas program as now outlined by the Chamber of Commerce. If anyone wants to know how It feels to have Santa Claus unexpectedly drop in, they can ask any of the following: Henry Stroebel of Titonka, M. J. McGuIre of Bode, H. C. Johannsen of Algona, Mrs. G. W. Darnell of Rlngsted, Nick B. Wagner of Algona, E. L. DeZellar of Algona, A. B. Schenck of Algona or Elmer Phillips of Algona. All of those folks received a surprise gift frc*r Bant* Claus last Christmas Second Charity Movie On Today; Proceeds To Needy With canned goods and farm produce as the only admission required, the' second annual Benefit Food Movie was being held today at the State Theatre. It was also the first anniversary of the new theatre's open- Ing here. The benefit movie Is being sponsored jointly by the theatre and The Algona Upper Des Moines, and all foodstuff turned In as ndmisslon will be turned over to Miss Bonnstetter to go to needy families for their Thanksgiving dinners. Ail one has to do to sec a full program of moving pictures is to present a can of goods, some potatoes, sugar, tea, flour, sugar or similar articles that are edible, at the State Theatre. The shows are running continuous from 1 p. m. until 11 p. rn., and the cause Is a most worthy one. Any cash admissions of 11 cents at the door will also be turned over to Miss Bonnstetter. The movies for the day are being donated by Gail Pettit and Columbia pictures. FARM SALE THIS WEEK, & ANOTHER NEXT ANNOUNCED Bourne Sale Friday Near Lone Rock—Phillips Next Monday business firms, and whenever you •visit their place* of business be sure and obtain the coupons they have on hand. Put your name on them, and deposit the large half in the ballot boxes found along State street. AnO If Santa Claus comes your way, don't be surprised. 10 Bad Checks Cause of Trouble Two auction sales of farm animals nnd property have been listed with the Algona newspapers as follows: Friday, Nov. 27—W. J. Bourne sale, 6 miles north and 3% west>of Algona, or one east and four south of Lone Rock, beginning at one o'clock. Sale will Include full line of farm machinery and 105 head of hogs, 9 head of horses and 1 yearling "Holstein heifers. Colwell Bros, ore auctioneers, and Iowa State bank, clerk. Monday, Nov. 80—Perry Philips sale, at his place two miles east of Algona on highway 18, starting at 12:30 p. m. Included in the list of property Is a full line of farm machinery, 33 head of cattle. 18 head of hogs and 10 horses. Lou Matern is the auctioneer, and the Security State bank, clerk. A complete description of all property for both sales will be elsewhere in this issue ot Stores Open Wed. Night—P. O, Hours The Algona postoffice will close all day Thursday, Nov. 28, Thanksgiving day, Postmaster \V. W. Sullivan stated Monday. Tne general delivery window will be open from 9:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. for distribution of mail. There will be no city and rural deliveries. All incoming and outgoing mall will be dispatched as usual. Algona grocery stores will remain open Wednesday evening, but will be closed all day Thursday, with the few usual exception In special lines. 3 CITIES OPEN NEW PAVING ON 169 LAST WEEK Algona Delegation Joins Humboldt, Fort Dodge At St. Joe 6 Cases Go To Kossuth Grand Jury As Court Term Begins Here Today CONNECTING LINK ON HIGHWAY 169 GIVES ALL PAVED ROAD FROM HUMBOLDT THRU TO ALGONA NOW EASIER TO COME TO ALGONA MASS MEETING, WHITTEMORE.ON HIGHWAY ROUTE 0. J. Ditto To Be at the Gathering, Dec. 3, About No. 44 A mass meeting at Whittemore, Thursday evening, Dec. 3, has been scheduled to discuss the matter of Phillips Bowlers Crack Into Lead Phillips "86" bowlers cracked the old maples on the Barry alleys with great skill, last week, and as a result passed the Fearless Five squad Into first place Jn the city standings. The standings: W L Phillips "88" ....... .................. - -•« 2 Fearless S .................................... « 3 , . .Coffee Shop .............................. — ••« F. J. Wagner of Algona conclud- Court House ........................... - ••* ed spending 10 days In the county jail last week, only to find freedom was of short duration. He was arrested almost Immediately on the same charge for which he served the 10 days, passing of bad checks. Justice H. B. White had 10 check! of Wagner that accumulat- ad while the latter was stopping over in Jail. Wagner was released on hU own recognizance, to appear again Dec. 10. and as Justice White pointed out. with sufficient money to cover the checks, or else— Light Snow Here; Colder Due Soon A light «now greeted early risers, Monday morning, but temperatures tor the past week have been fairly mild. The week's weather: High Low November 16 67 23 November 17 53 33 November 18 88 25 November 18 » 26 November 20 83 i, November 21 *» 31 November 22 ** Farmers - - 8 Flowers 8 Burt * LuVerne -0 One tie game has yet to be howled between the Phillips and the Court House. The standings are as of Monday. Miller Says Mexican^ Life Full of Pesos Life is just one peso after another in Old Mexico, Ralph Miller reported to the Rotary club, Monday noon, speaking on his recent trip to Texas across the border. On the trip, be and Mrs. Miller visited the Fort Worth Centennial San Antonio, and other places on this side of the line, and went into Mexico as far as Monterey. Among other novel experiences enjoyed was that of riding a burro around on side trips to points of interest in Mexico. With all due ceremonie.4, in which Algona folks played a prominent part, the connecting strip of paved highway on U. S. 169 between Humboldt and Algona was opened last Thursday afternoon. A delegation of business men, including Milton Norton, president of the local Chamber of Commerce, and O. S. Reiley, secretary, met similar delegations from Humboldt nnd Fort Dodge at St. Joe, and proceeded to the junction of highways 169 and 10, near Humbdldt, where feminine representatives of the three communities held a ribbon that was severed by O. J. Ditto of the state highway commission, as the pavement was officially opened. Humboldt Hospitable Humboldt, as the host city, proved its hospitality in many ways. After the pavement dedication ceremonies, many of the delegates adjourned before the banquet to the Mineral Springs Coco-Cola Bottling works of Humboldt, where R. C. Bellows acted as host to the assembled group, nnd good fellowship prevailed between the delegates from the various cities, members of the highway commission and others. Between 400 and BOO men and women from the three cities of Humboldt, Port Dodge ana Algona attended the evening banquet, at which O. S. Reiley of Algona was the toastmaster. Speaking frankly, the only blemish on the entire program of festivities, was the small attendance from Algona. Less than 20 busniess and professional men from our own city attended the affair. Justice Richard F. Mitchell of the Iowa Supreme Court was the guesl speaker of the evening. Algonian* Respond During the course of the evening Algona business men and members of the board of supervisors were Introduced along with men in sim liar capacities from HumbolSk 'and Guardianship Tangle of Sorensen Daughter To Come Up Soon PETIT JURY WILL REPORT ON TUBS. Swea City, Burt, St. Joe Men Coming Up Before Jury PICTURED ABOVE IS THE NEW UNDERPASS on highway 169 south of Algona, between here and Humboldt, which eliminates one of the most dangerous of the old grade crossinsg. Cut furnished through the cour- te?v of Tli? Humboldt Republican. The new pavement was officially opened and dedicated last Thursday. E.C.W01TOOF LUVERNE DROPS DEAD, SUNDAY Funeral Rites Wednes day; LuVerne Resident Since 1893 __ Com* mnnlty"ciub for the purpose of talking the matter over. An earDer report had it that the new paving from West Bend north was to be routed so that it missed Whittemore by a mile to the west. At present the highway is routed through Whittemore. Naturally, WMttemare folks, and those from all other sections as well, are boosting for a continuation of the highway's location so that it will go through or at least. within the village famlts of the community. An invitation to all folks Irrespective of whether they live In the Whittemore community or not, to attend the meeting, has been made. LAKOTA-LEDYABD PAVING 168 IS NEXT At the pavement -dedication of the new strip of concrete on 169 at Humboldt, last week, .highway commissioners and engineers intimated that the next bit of work on 169 •would be in the north end of Kossuth county, where the chief trouble thus far has been solving of the problem as to where the proposed paving would run. . Among those attondto* from Kossuth county were Supervisors Balgeman, Morris, McDonald and Baum, John Fraser, supervisor-elect, County Engineer H. M. Smith, A. L. Long. ChaTles Taylor, Leign- ton Misbacn, J. F. Overmyer. M. J. Duffy, J. J. Dooley, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan, Fred Behlmer, Phil Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Roy 'Richardson nnd possibly others, hi addition to Mr. Norton and Mr. Reiley and Maxine Larson, who atftcd as "Miss Algorra." Before Justice Mitchell arore to deliver a -witty ana interesting talk. the assembled guests were treated to a surprise In the nature of bottles of Coca 'Cola, daring "the pause that refreshes." LuVerne: The sudden death o E. C. Woito, a resident of LuVerne since 5*03. shocked this community Sunday evening. Mr. Wolto, with hU wife, ha< just reutrned from a trip to Fen ton. He entered th« office of th Thompson .Yard here, which he,, ha best light butch., 140-160 *8.00-SJ» Bert light butcb,. WO-180 .. 7.00-7.70 Best light butch., 180-200 8.40 B«rt light butch., 200-290 8.76 Med. heavy, 290-328 8 -8° Gutchers, 326-400 f-*° Packing sows, 300-360 8-*» Packing sows, 400-600 7.90 cutte« MM- 7.UU-O.W 3.SO-4.00 Fat yearlings Bulls ** COW * GBilN No. 3 mixed corn, new No. 2 whit* corn No. 2 yellow corn No. 2 mixed corn No. 3 yellow corn, new "» u- o «,klto naw *•!"• Phil KohUaaas Is New Kiwanis Leader Phil Koolhaas was elded president of the Algona Kiwanis cJub last Thursday, at the anual election. J. D. Lowe was named as vice president, and Frank Kohl- baas, W. G. McCullougb, O. B. Laing and Antone Johnson were named as new directors. Kohlhaas will succeed Charles Taylor. O. J. Ditto of tfae state highway commission, in this section of the state for the 168 highway dedication, gave a brief address regarding highway and roads. s white, new .42 » whit. oaU, SO Ib. ........ i; « Hennery* No, 1 No. 2 Cash cream- No. 1 No, 3 36c 30c 26c 33c 6 Children Hurt In School Bus Tip Six children were injured when a •cbeol bus driven by Frank Bright overturned a mile east ot Esther- viile on highway 8, Tuesday afternoon of last week. The injured were Margaret Hood, 16, and Maxine Hood, 10, Dorothy, Wilbur, Mavis and Charles Jurres. All suffered cuts and bruises. The bus was struck by another machine, which caused the accident Detroit Man Has Truck Load Too High Because be had a toed of cars on his giant truck-trailer piled higher than the 12-foot limit allowed by law, Don Gatrell of Detroit, Michigan, wae fined tl an« S3 costs by P. A. Danson, justice, last Saturday stjgbt. Patrolman Claude Benedict stopped the Detroit truck in Cresco township and applied his yardstick determining it was violating a. law. Seneca Man Hurt, Car Strikes Cow Seneca: Emil Elmers had what might liave teen a very serious accident, Friday evening, Nov. 33, when tb* car which fee was driving bit a cow on the road near the Sigurd Olsen (arm northwest oJ Seneca. The front ead of ttoe car was damaged quite badly, but none of the occupants of the car were injured. Don Willasson Is Named Captain of Algona Grid Team Donald "Winasson, star guard of the Algona 'high school football team, was named captain of the eleven for next year by lettermen who voted on the matter at the annual football banquet laat Friday. Letters were awarded to Harold icJostesr the tarx*-tfMr*rJi0 fell eve and was breathing his tast who Mrs. Wolto reached him. He passed away beftire mcdlca assistance could reach him. Mr. Wolto was 59 Tears of age He started work for the Quea Lumber Co. in 1904. His wife nn a daughter, Dolores, who is teach ing In Webster Citr, survive him as well as a brother. William Woit local druggist, and a sister, Anna also of LuVorne. Funeral services were to be hel at th* Evangelioal church, Wed nesday afternoon at 2:30 p. m with the Hev. E. R. Walter in charge. Interment will be in Lu Verme. Mr. Woito .had not been In th best of health for about thre years, but had never conslderet himself as seriously ill, and ha worked as diligently In recent year as when he was a younger man The syiapatky of the communit is extended t» the 'bereaved family Prominent state, civic and city officials attended paving dedication. Among those at ribbon clipping ceremony were, left to right (above). Don Pieraon. president Of Humboldt Good Roads association; Fred White, chief en*iuiet,o|^» i «tat« highway commtastaEti a P.. 8tu«^ se<«ts:fjtoChamb«r of OonnwwTtHlft J.^Btttr., oJMOra Oliver a RelMy. secrtary, Aljfona CMsanber of_ Commerce r^Trv- Ing H. Knudson. member of highway commission; R. A. Mikelson, president Humboldt Chamber of On'im-r'v: Harry Gr»m. memoer of highway commission, and Milton Norton, president Algona Chamber of Comraerce. (Cut courtesy Ft. Uodge Messenger.) MANY ATTENDED ARNDORFER RITES Beloved St. Benedict lady Who .Died Nov. 14 Left Many Descendants Hews, «tt w»d How, undM «V4 Spring* 4 to 6 12c 8c lOc 7c spring* ........... 8c under 4 markets subject to E. J. Murtagh Dangerously 111 E J. MurUgb, who has been in rather poor health tot ttw P*st few months, became seriously ill Sunday and his daughter, Miss Jo- Ktphins, was called from Des Molnes. Mr. Mwttegn had been up and around town as 1»U as-Saturday. His ailment i* °* tbe kidneys and bis condition is considered most aerioul, A registered nurse k helping bis family care for him at the MurUcb home and his friend* we anxiously awaiting news from his beOsidf. Sullivan, Lorenz Families Return Mr. und Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz returned Sunday evening from a vacation trip to New York City on which they witnessed football games between Notre Dame and the Army in Mew York, and Notre Dame and Northwestern at South Bend. They reported a most enjoyable trip, especially to because Notre Dame, old school of Mr. Sullivan's, annihilated both football opponents. Blaze At Cylinder Destroys .'Elevator 6,000 Bu. Oats _..„...- ..-.- — . An eurily morning fire at Cylind- Bariwart! LerloyLee. TFWger Michel, j er. last "Wednesday, destroyed the Bud Halpin, George "Nieman, Rob- j Farmers Elevator building^ and ert Muckey, Tlnssell Pickett, Rus- ' ' ' ' ~~~ 1 ~~" """" sell Hutchins, Stewart Johnson. Stripes were given to Junior Long, Harlan Frank!, Andrew Monlux, Thomas Brims, Kenneth Lynk, LeRoy Mathison and Donald Willas- son. Tom Bruns was made honorary captain of this year's team. Numerals were given to Russell Crapser. Orval "Bakfeen, Jack Chrischilles, Lloyd Spear, Virgil Carroll. Donald Smith, Russell Buchanan. Eugene Van Alstyne, Richard Halphi and Weil Flopper. Rev. W. G. Muhleman showed moving pictures Tie took of the re- Mrs -Rose Arndorfer passed suddenly Saturday evin iiu, Nov. H at 11:15 from a hjurt a'.lrfck at the iifcc tit U7 yeara uaU UireJ month*. l''unc!ral services were held VV'etl- iu-:,iluy morning at 9 o'clock with i'.i-v H. B. Kramer in charge, Bur- K.J wus made at the St. Beneilu-t iciui;U-.cy beside the graves of her liusbuml und two daughters who luul prortttled her in death. She Icuvio to mourn her death ttn cent game. Humboldt-Algona fuotball Vaudt Gets Job on Federal Jury Wnittemore: Walter Vaudt, prominent young man of this community, was one of the Federal jury which convicted four former officers of the Modern Brotherhood of America, a Mason City fraternal organization, and a Chicago insurance broker, on charges of using the mails to defraud. The jury found the defendants guttty on all of the counts, and they were immediately sentenced to two years' imprisoment and $10,000 fine each. Walter s«ys it is quite a novel experience, for the jury is guarded day and night so they cannot contact anyone, or be tempted by bribery, although we know they couldn't touch Walter, anyway. Marriage Marriage licenses Issued since last Wednesday wer« as follows on the Kossuth court house records in the clerk ot court's office. Olaf Norland, Cylinder, and Lucile Hantelman, Fenton, Nov. 18. Hubert Hood, Humboldt. and Margaret SchulU, Bancroft, Nov. 1*. Hits Stray Horse With Car, Sunday A stray horse was killed by an automobile, Sunday, about 6 p. m.. two miles north of Algona. by a machine driven by Wm. Metzger of Miuikato, who was on his way to Fort Dodge. The accident waa reported to the sheriff. Ownership of the horse had not been established. Metzger and a companion, J. S. McLaughlin, did not see the animal until they were almost upon it, nearby shads, set fire to a half dozen cars of caul on the Milwaukee- tracks, and for a time threatened to burn another 'elevator building a bloek -awn* Only the fact-that the wind was from the northwest saved what might have 'been a 'total destruction of the vonununity, as embers had they btun carried north across the trscks -ojiuld not have helped but start oLhf r tires. The Emmetsburg fire department aided in bringing the fire under control. The derail* contained 6,000 bushels of cats, which <were also a total loss. The second elevator held 8,000 bushtls of corn. Both elevators were owned by the Farmers Elevator company, which has not estimated the Gus Frink, Cylinder drayman. who lives near the elevator, discovered the blaze and turneo in the alarm at S a. Campaign Cost Dickinson $4,938.33 What it coets to run for United States senator u ubovnn by the campaign expenses of Senator L. J Dickinson of Algona Whv filed as the total cost of his recent campaign for reelection us 44.&&S.33. only to meet defeat. Senator Dick- reported contributions of $4.- children, Joseph of Algona, Ann Miller of I'lum Creek, 970, Heaving a balanced of $31.07 •"Dick's" largest contrikutiao came troro the republican senatorial committee, and amounted to $3.250. Otijer contributors were bis brother-in-law, Gardner Cowtes, Johu Cowles, $125; Gardner Cowles. Jr., $126; and E. P. Adter $200. Adler is a newspaper man of Davenport, we think. We ha-re not learned the expenses of Governor Herring in his successful fight for the senatorship. TO Soldiers' Home The four children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G under were ordered stnt to the Iowa Soldiers' Home, in a court order issued Monday. The children are Betty, Charles, Jr., liubflle and Mary. Mrs. Mra. ttunevieva Olson of Burt, Mrs. Hil- Ua Ben/ of Elliott, 111., George, Herbert and Mrs. Laura Fehr all of thi.i vicinity, Bernard, Lucille and Caroline at home, also Hubert VVUte, her grandson who has made his home with her since the death of his mother, Mrs. Josephine Witte in 192J, also 13 other grandchild- len and one great gianuchild, the i*m of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gouid, Aljlonu. Mr. Arndorfer away 22 years ago. Roie Eiienbarlh was born at lieaver -Dam, Wisconsin, and grew to womanhood tii.ii. Ki'.e was the of the lute Anton and Mary Eisenbartti. At the age of lo the fame- to Iowa, and was united m marriage to Joseph Arndorfer, and they settled on a farm two nnlus east of St. Benedict, which lias frinee been her home. Mrs. Aiudorfer was a devout member of the St. Benedict church and Rosary society. She was a great lover of her home and (lowers, her grandchildren and great grandchild were her greatest joy. All the children were present at the funeral, tKiept Mrs. Benz of Hi., who was unable to come. Surviving brothers and sisters are: Joseph EisenbaJtb, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin; Anton, Morgan, Minn.; isadore and Frank and Mra. Annu liusehka of thus vicinity and Mrs. Mary Bowman, Alguna. Relatives who attended from out of town were: Joseph Eisenbarth aad Chas. J. Caapari, Beaver Dajii. Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Anton KisenbarLB, Morgan, Minn; Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, Charter Oak, Iowa; Mrs. Edward Gashel and Mrs. Julia lade. Mason City; Mrs. Mary Car- Hia.i and Mrs. Idu Groves, Rockford; Mrs. Fred Ulkej, Nora Springs; Edward Arndorfer, Clarion; Mrs. Mary Bowman. Mrs. Maggie Haubach, Mr. and Mrs. John Hahle. all of AJgona; Mr. and Mis. Albert Carman, Biue Earth, Minn; Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Lu\\rue; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ain- dorJtr, Bancroft; Mrs. Victoria Ari.u'orfer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanig, all of Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Simmons, .•\IAXINE LARSON WAS "Miss Algona" in the pavement dedication ceremonies. Maxine, and similar young lady representatives froni Humboldt and Fort Dodge, held the ribbon which O. J. Ditto of the highway commission cut, to officially open the new 169 pav- itig. AMANDASPROW RITES SUNDAY Fuiii ••; i services for Mrs. Amanda June bprow, who passed away lost Thursday, Nov. 19, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. H. McEnroe, four miles east of Algona, were, held at the latter's home Sunday, at 2 p. in. Rt'V. J. H. Edge condueted the funeral service, and interment was in Kiverview cemetery. Mrs. Sprow was born .,ov. 4, 1853 at Springfield. III. She was united in marriage to G. VV. Sprow, Nov. 1[», IMS. Mr. Sprow passeu away ill 11116- The family moved from Illinois to Webster City. Iowa, in 18i*l and later moved to Algona, wnere Mrs. .Sprow has lived for the past 2. years. Sime the death of her hus- batid she has lived with uer daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mt-Enroe. She was a member of the Methodist church and a devout and faithful follower. Among those who are left to mourn her passing in addition to her daughter, Mrs. McEnroe, are two sons. W. A. Sprow of Eau Claira, Wii>., and C. A. Sprow of Karnrar, Iowa, and another daughter, Mrs. Amelia Abranison, also of Eiiu Claire. Two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Moery and Mrs. Martha Low- eiy of Illinois, and a brother. Abraham, also of Illinois, aud 17 graiidchildeu, also survive. Relatives from a distance at the funeral were Mrs. Arthur Sprow of Eiiu Claire, Chailts Sprow of Kain- rar, and son, Sophus, Mr. and Mrs Jut-l Soj pcluiid und their son, Lu- Verne of Thor, aud many friends from muny points. Six cases were to be presented today to the grand jury of the September term of court by M. C. McMahon, county attorney. The grand jury convenes today, and the petit jury Is dalled for next Tuesday, Dec. 1. The cases are as follows: Edward Germann, St Benedict, charged with driving while Intoxicated. Fred Carlson, Swea City, charged with larency. Roy McConncll, St Joe. charged with embezzlement of mortgaged property. W. W. Bingaman, Burt, charged with Issuing bad checks. George Hart of LeMars and Eugene Walsh of Emmcstburg, charg- d with breaking jail. Sorenspn Caae Up Ono of the earliest cases on the ockct to come under the advise- cnt of Judge George A. Hcald will je that of Lars Sorensen, seeking a ourt order to set aside a previous vorce agreement which had giv- i the custody of a daughter, Fran- ess, 11, to the mother, Clara Sor. nscn. The plea of the father is ascd on the claim that the woth- r Is not a fit guardian for the hlld. A second proceeding filed is in juvenile court, asking a c° n » nu - nnce of the temporary order which gave the child into the custody of a daughter-in-law of Lars Soren. sen, Mabel Sorensen. Petit Jury List Merlyn Anderson, Swea City; Mrs. Axtel Bratlund, Bancroft; Anna Buss, Algona; Howard Bplllg. Fenton; Irene Corle, Algona; Mary Clnk, St. Benedict; Chaa. Ledyard; J. E. Dyer, Algona; tin Dnfly t Jc- Wnlttem Elscheld; \XJgona; Ole West Bend; A. T. Foth, Bancroft; Leota M. Oeigel, Irvington; Dan Groone, Wesley. Peter Godfredson, Bancroft; Tlicron Hanson, Wesley; Henry Harms, West Bend; Frank Kol- Jasch, Bancroft; Margaret Klrscb. Bode; John Mcnz, Fenton; Leander Mcnke, Bancroft; Mike Mer- gcn. Whittemore; H. F. Mittag, Lone Hock. Mcrton Roalson, Swea City; Orville Ramsey, SweaJ City; Loren Bchiltz, Bancroft; R. I. Simpson, Lone Rock; Stephen Tjaden, Titonka; Lettie Vogel, Burt; Wendell^ Weber, Lakota. Cases Listed for Trial •. Law—state of Iowa vt. Harrold Burtia; Dodson Fisher Co. vs. Andrew S. Elbert; W. E. Ley vs. Richard Price; H, L. Meader vs. Lester Paulsen; Hannah Behnke et al vs. John G. Rippentrop; Mrs. Geo, Kliegl va. Oscar Polrotv Moe & Sjogren vs. Jos. Cosgrove et al; Ida, Peterson vs C. L. Bailey; Nellie R. Anderson vs R. 8. Blossom. O. C. Christensen, Admr. vs. Harry Scott; Harold A. Johnston va. J. H. Johnston, Jr.; Peter Kramer V s - Board of Supervisors; Millie Zeihan vs. Board of Sup., et al; U. W. Smith et al vs. John Long, Jr.; Raymond Otis vs. John Urandgenett, Jr.; J. A. Freeh, ad- mbilsirator vs. Clifford Freeark; Kuth Corbet vs. Harry J. Jenkinson admr. et al; William Buenger va. Myron Ludwig et al; Bess Greenwood vs. Smith Produce Co. al; Oilie Long vs James A. Muelle; Robert R. Steven vs. Clara Weasel. Equity—John By son et al vs. Ervin E. Castell et al; Lincoln Jt. Stk. i.ci. Bk., vs. E. H. Johnson et al; Thompson Yards Inc. vs. Roy C, Mueller; Merle McAninch vs. Lars Skaar; Theo. Kenne vs. Susanna Andre et al; Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. Kathryn Gustin et ai; Ben Hopkins vs. Lucille Hopkins; Olaf Twedt vs. J. Hoeck et al; D. W. Bates, Hec. vs. H. B. Coleman. FLEMING ESTATE CLAIM UPHELD After a hearing Monday afternoon before Judge George Heald, the 11.400 claim against the estate of Michael Fleming was approved by the court. The claim had been tiled by J. M. Fleming of Whittemore, and was opposed by two sisters of Mr. Fleming. The judge ruled that the claim was satisfactorily established. Hip Broken in Car Accident, Irvington Herman Meyer, farm hand working near Irvington, was severely injured Saturday night, when a machine in which he was riding tipped over near Irvington. He suffered a broken hip and other injuries. New Licenses, Dec. 1 Issuing of 1937 automobile licenses will begin Dec. 1 from the county treasurer's office here. Those desiring "pet" numbers should make application for same before then, pay for them, and the numbers will be mailed out. M. 3, Duffy, county treasurer, reports that 7,375 licenses were issued to pleasure vehicles this year and 984 on trucks.

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