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OFFICIAL OH* COUNT* PAPER BR&blished 1865" Upper BCG iiloincs ^B^>K ^^VL ^^^^^^ HISTORICAL DEPT. ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1937 SAYS WAR BREWING nt t,V"I. < ! n i* fter s l» ehd| n* Part of a year In Luxemburg, land ?«JU!i.! > ]?' N' 0 ] 10 '** Krteps, brother of N. J. Krleps of Union township decided that the United States offered him more pVace and security In the remainder of his life, and therefore returned. Mr Krieps, telling of his experiences while in Luxemburg, stat: ed that during all of the time he was there the weather was i cold and rainy, and some of the crops couldn't even be planted, wniiesome that had been planted were rotting In the ground. The crop failure, coupled with the Increasing threat of war, which indications seem will break either this year or next in, Europe, caused Mr. Krleps to change his mind about spending the rest of his life In Luxemburg. This duchy borders on France and Southeast Belgium, and is ruled by a married woman, n Princess Antoinette. The country did not enter into the last war, but was used by troops for travel, although no damage or fighting was done there. It Is a farming country, with potatoes ' as one of the main crops. Mr. Krieps left Algona, Sept 20, 1936, sailing from New York for Paris. The sea was rough and the journey was not pleasant. He has two brothers, Mike and Frank, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Weyer in Luxemburg. He found that his old comrades and boyhood friends had In most cases passed away, or moved, and consequently decided to return to the United States. Luxemburg has contributed many of the pioneer families to Kossuth county history, .and a number from this section have returned there for visit in the past few years —but all came home to Kossuth county, U. 8. A. Wesley Girls, Without Real Gym, Win Section Meet, Enter District ."«"' • The Wesley high school girl*' basketball team, hampered by •being able to practice only three nights per week In the gym, , Which Is an old opera house, and with a total squad of only 13 , players, captured their sectional tournament at Thompson, last ' week, and will enter district tournament this week end. k Armstrong girls won the sectional there, and West Bend defeated Ottosen, GO to 43, In,another sectional at West Bend. West Bend and Plover will be hosts at the district meets in this section this week. On the Wesley team are the following girls: Ruth Mary Eisenbacher, Delorea Hauptman, Madeline Krdman, Mildred Funnemark, Margaret Carman, Jane Eisenbacher, Lavon Gerdes, June Adele Kunz, Louise Fox, Lillian Johnson, Imogens Neuroth, Helen Nelson and Jean Cruise —Twelve Pagea 50 DAYS PROVE REVELATION TO STATE SENATOR Taxpayer Forgotten Man Says Lester Gillette In Talk Here LOBBYnTGrART AT HIGH PEAK JOHN E. MOULDS, RETIRED FARMER, HI One Day; Was 76 Years Old; Born in Illinois John Edgar Moulds, retired farmer, well known in Algona, will be burled Friday afternoon, titter services In the Baptist church at 2 p. uu, with Rev. Schwyhart of the and R«v. Vance of Mayor Says No City Bandstand On Main Street Mayor C. F. Specht informed a delegate from the Chamber of Commerce that he was opposed to moving the city bandstand onto State street, and having concerts played by the Algona band this summer from that spot. The Chamber had been requested by the band to find out what could be done about getting another band location. The one near the swimming pool, they pointed out, was not conducive to attendance. The court house lawn was practically out as the supervisors do not favor building another stand on the lawn. Unless some change occurs, It looks like the band boys are go- of which If r. MocildJ was a member wiB attend In a body. Death came March 1, at the Kossuth hospital after an illness of one day. Mr. Moulds was born In 1861 in Marshall county, Illinois. He came to Kossuth county in 1911, and moved to Algona in 1914. On Dec. 1,1885, he was married to Hattie Watts, and to this union five children were born. Children, who survive their parents are Roy of Sioux CitM, Arthur of Cottage Grove, Ore., Bernice Greene of Humboldt, and Mamie Hopkins of Glendale, California. His son, Roy, is a former Kossuth county sheriff. Twelve grandchildren and two great grandchildren survive. Brothers and slater of Mr. Moulds living are Nettle Farr of Illinois, H. E. Moulds of Mound Valley, Kansas, Annie L. Norman of Illinois and LeRoy Moulds of Illinois. Algona Man 97, Has A Birthday ' Ferdinand Ramus celebrated a care event, namely his 97th birthday last Friday, February 26th. Some of his friends came and extended their congratulations. Mr. Ramus is considered thu oldest person living in this community. He li making his home with his only daughter, Mrs. Ed Winkle on East State street. Grandpa Ramus still enjoys exceptional good health bodily and mentally. Our heartiest congratulations to Mr. Ramus with the wish that he will reach the 100 mark. Hutchison's Crew Outguns Momyer Gang, Wins Feed Don Hutchison had a crew of Legion members who procured shade more memberships in the organization than did John Momyer and his boys, and as a result the winning side were guests of the losers at the meeting Tuesday of the Algona Hagg Post. W. V. Butler gave a talk in con junction with a showing of his pic tures taken In Africa, and also showed a number of African curios. Dr. Walter Frager spoke on "Am erlcanism" as another unit of the program. A. L. Brown was program chairman. J. D. Lowe, post commander, announced that the post's quota of 08 had been reached and passed. There are 101 members. Joe Harig Is chairman of the March program committee, assisted by T. T. Herbst, L. E. Hovey, Bill Geerlng and M«l Falkenhainer. Ted Chrischilles and his Little German Band presented a few musical numbers. Fifty days in the state senate proved a revelation to Lester Gillette, Fostoria, state senator from his district, and he passed some of ils observations from those BO days on to members of the Rotary club, n session Monday noon, at the Hotel Algona. Gillette summarized the work of he senate, told how he stood on the measures expected to come up within the next week or ten days. Taxpayer—Forgotten Man The state senate is composed of a majority of republicans. Mr. Gilette is a democrat But party lines seem to more or less fade on many of the measures he pointed out A sum total of over 300 bills have been introduced in the senate alone, with about 180 of them still waiting consideration or disposal of some sort. Gillette's talk was far from a political harangue. He spoke as a man who, elected for his first term, was going through an Initiation ceremony he had hardly expected. And he spoke squarely from the shoulder, as one having been elected, felt certain duties and obligations to the general public. He summarized his talk with the statement that thus far nearly everything had been thought of in the state legislature except ways and means of aiding the taxpayer—who by the way Is the forgotten man. Lobbies At Work Citing a vote on one bill, he told of a complete switch overnight in the vote on the measure in the state senate. Although he did not say so, the remarks might easily have been Interpreted to show that lobbies do their work well. Someone has called them the third and most effective is disastrous—branch of the state government. The state's social security act will cost about $100,000 per year to administrate, he stated. The three- point tax law is already costing about a.half million to - • - VOL. 35.—ffQ. 9 16 Teams, Followers, Flock to Burt For 3 - Day Sectional Cage Meet Christensen Dies in West Sever Chvlstenscn, Algona railway mail clerk, died Tuesday, March 2, at Blythe, Callf- ornlfl), a mnall desert town where he had undergone an emergency operation two weeks ago. The Christensens had been visiting in California several weeks and were on their first day's journey home when Mr. Christensen was taken srik. No funeral arrangements have been made and relatives are awaiting word from Sirs. Christensen as to the exact time of arrival home. Mr. Chrifttensen was about 51 years of age. Beside his wife, who was Freda Sjogren before her marriage, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Bert Christensen of Lansing, a sister, and a brother, Chris Christensen of Des Moines. Mr. Christensen had been In the railway mail service for about twenty-eight years. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines WILBUR ST. JOHN FUNERAL SERVICE Few Days' Illness Fatal To Algona Man At Age of 46 Wilbur Thomas St. John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry St. John, died \ Monday morning, March 1, at 10:45 after an acute illness of but a few days. The deceased had been in poor health but went about his work without complaint and with good courage. Of recent months he has grown steadily worse until his demise. Mr. St John was born in :ona Sept 31,1891. SWEETHEART KILLER HANGED IJf PUBLIC IN MISSOURI—Above photo shows some of the 400 persons that crowded Into the stockade around the gallows in Ste. Genevleve Mo February 28, to see the hanging of Ktirt Hordy (shown on the gallows) for the murder of his 20 year-old sweetheart, Ethel Kenestock in 1935. Best light butch., 160-180 ..$7.00-7.75 Best light butch., 160-180 ... 7.75-8.00 Best light butch., 180-200 .. 8.00-8.30 Beat light butch., 200-290 9.65 Med. heavy. 2*0-325 9.85 Butchers, 326-360 9.26 Butchers, 350-400 9.20 Packiag sows, 300-350 9.00 Packing sows, 350-400 8.80 Packing sows, 400-500 8.65 CATTLE Veal calves 15.00-7.00 Conner* and cutters 2.60-3.50 Stock steer* $5.00-6.50 Fat »teers 8.00-8.50 Fat yearlings 6.00-7.00 Bull* 400-5.00 Fta cow« 3.50-4.50 GBA1N No. 3 yellow corn, old $1.09 No. 8 mixed corn, new 1.05H No, * yellow com, new 1.07% No. 8 wait* corn, new 1.07^ Na 8 white oat* 45 r. «*• Plum Creek Girl Goes Into Business Plum Creek: Jeanne Altwegg, daughter of the Altweggs of this community, has opened a beauty shop at Elkader, with a friend, Mary Andrea of Volga City. Miss Altwegg is a graduate of the Algona high school, and a graduate of a course of beauty study at Cedar Rapids, as is her new partner in business. The Plum Creek girl has been an operator in an Elkader beauty shop for the past ten months. conclusion, Mr. Gillette the assertion that while in the senate, he Intended to vote as he honestly believed—and if that spelled his political doom, he didn't much care. Nobody hearing his straightforward talk could help but admire him, and certainly the state is in dire need of men who are not swayed by organized minorities, lobbies, bribes or rash and damfool legislation. Man Who Killed Wife Was Former Fenton Resident Fenton: Many Fenton people will remember Obie Govig, 30, who last week shot and killed his wife, 28, while she was reading in the living room of their home at Clear Lake. Obie was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvie Govig, who lived in the house now occupied by the Walter Jentz family. The family left here about 1918. Mr. Govig's sister is a wife of Newton Straw who with his parents lived in Cylinder when Newton was a small boy. Mr. Govig had been in ill health for some time. Two small sons, Billle and Dickie, 5 and 3 years old, are left motherless by this terrible tragedy. 'P*~h _ and In other communities adjacent to Algona for a number of years, but two or three years ago ill health forced his retirement and he moved with his family to Algona. November 6, 1917, deceased was married to Carrie Lauretson, who survives him. To this ulion were born seven children: Wilford, Helen, Durwood, Marian, Everett, Marlene and Beverly Ann, all of whom are living. The deceased is also survived by two brothers, Austin and George St. John, and two sisters, Myrtle St. John and Mrs. Laura Warner. Services were held at Laird & McCulIoughs Wednesday afternoon in Algona at 2:30 p. m., Rev. Allen Wood, Good Hope pastor, official ing. Mrs. A. E. Michel sang "Thi Old Rugged Cross" and " Till Wi Meet Again." She was accompanl ed by Mrs. Vaughn Rising. Pall bearers were Tom Reid, W I. Dodds, Chester Schoby, Will Durant, Julius Will, and Will Kesselring. Interment was in Rivervlew cemetery, Aigona. ONE TIIOrSAND SILVER DOLLARS An express shipment of 1,000 sliver dollars, nowiy minted at Denver, wns received this week hy The Iowa State Bank. These dollar*, n special order sent In by Rnlph .Miller, will be used by The KoRMith County Advance and The Alponn Upper Des Moines to mret payroll* from now until the 1,000 nre gone. When thrse new silver dollars begin to land in your pocket, It will mean that the original dol- Inr turnover started with n news- pnper pay envelope. An the dollars come buck Into the bank, they will be again turned out through Hie cage. LEELOOMISTO BE SPEAKER AT C. OF C. DINNER Annual Meeting, Election March 9; Directors Hear Petition the Presbyterian jClub o. Mnopo.no. and Wmis 1 l ° g are: Nurscs Schertz - Caldwell, Hennlng Peter Watnem of Ottosen Passes Ottosen: Peter Watnem died Saturday morning at 3:50 at his home in Ottosen. Heart trouble was the cause of his death. Funeral services were held in the Ottosen Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock and 12:30 at the home. Burial was at the Ottosen cemetery. March Comes In Like Real Lamb March came in like a iamb, and temperature* rose above freezing with the result that general thawing was in progres* in this section. Feb. 34 3 6 Feb. 36 4M 6 Feb. 26 38 7 Feb. 37 40 17 Feb. 38 M 10 March 1 _ 41 17 March 3 yi 33 Horse Injure* Man St Joe: Juuu* Capesiu* had the 'fortune recently to h*ve hi* _ right wriet- broken woile home* in the barn. Jtartii ere* to attendaij t« the chore* at the torn. ^^^^jt V ^^^^WIpT^P^fi? IE ^w^^WiB* 400 Chicks Die In Brooder Fire West Bend: A brooder house on the Mike Bonnstetter farm was destroyed by fire, Tuesday morning, about two o'clock. Mrs. Bonnstetter discovered the fire and turned in the alarm and the West Bend fire department responded too late to cave the building, but prevented other buildings nearby from burning. The brooder house was housing 400 baby chicks, about a week old and all of the feed. Another brooder house with 600 chicks did not catch fire although the flames shot up higher than the tall cot- tonwuod trees. Chas. Anliker of West Bend Weds West Bend: At the Apostolic Church, Sunday, Miss Anna Benninger became the wife of Charles Anliker. The bride has been the owner of the cafe in the Franklin Hotel here for the past three years. Mr. Anliker is a retired farmer. They will make their home in Mr. Anliker 1 * home .after a short wedding trip spent with relatives in different parts of Iowa. Baseball Meeting O. a ReJjey *U| attend a meet- In* *t Foreat S3Uty, Sunday at which tta» ciUee interested in bavin* a daw «&' ban league. NoSSng *>toiU ha* been done JocaDyTbut ReUey U going {9 the meeting to find out m«e about it Own In OoUifion I $K driven by 4 Wtt ipft^fr^ gf *^^^&f %^F Former Barber Buried Here, Sun. Funeral services for Eli T. Stevenson, former Algona barber, who has lived at Green the past ten years, were held Sunday at the Presbyterian church in Greene and the body was brought here for burial in Riverview cemetery. Mr. Stevenson died Thursday, February 25. He had been in poor health with heart trouble the past 'five years, but was about the house as usual the day he died. On June 24, 1907, he was married at Freeport, Illinois, to Anna Hanson of Algona. Mrs. Stevenson and four children survive together with three grandchildren. The children are Mrs. Roy McGraw of Rockford, Illinois; Arthur, Charles and Ruth. Arthur is in the CCC camp at Hampton; Charles is employed by the Rath Packing Co. at Cedar Rap- high ids, and Ruth is a senior in school. The Stevensons came to Algona in July, 1911, and Mr. Stevenson was in partnership with Elmer Hartshorn and later with Frank Esser in the shop under the Iowa State Bank. Hits Bridge, Car Damaged Sunday Wbittemore: Tom Weir had the misfortune to wreck his" car while coming from Algona, Sunday evening, a half mile east of town, on the Lotta Creek bridge. Colliding with the bridge, almost the whole of the left side of the car, from fender to fender, was torn off, and the left wheel and running board damaged. Tom, however, did not get hurt Burt Man Kicked By Cow, Injured Burt: Cbarles Hetderecbeidt received a deep scalp wound, Sunday, when he was kicked by a cow. MUt« Heidwacheidt, his brother, was having MB cattle te*t«4 tefor« mov In* to Mi&RWota, and Cfcarle* $7,500 BONDS TO CUT DOWN COURTDEHCIT Sold at 2% Per Cent; County Has Been Paying Six County supervisors, Monday, authorized $7,500 worth of bonds on the county court fund, redeemable over a period from May 1, 1938. to May 1, 1942, at 2«i% Interest. The White Phillips Corporation of Davenport was awarded the bond issue. The county court fund has been "in the red" for some time, and the deficit has been drawing 6 per cent interest. Under the refunding plan, the supervisors believe it will be possible to redeem the deficit in a few years, and cut the interest from 6 to 2% percent. The White Phillips Corporation will turn the bond issue for as small a percent as it can, and the difference between that and 2% percent will be their margin of profit for the deal. Bids on printing were opened, also, and the lowest bid for the bar docket was submitted by the Whittemore Champion, and the lowest on the annual financial statement booklet by The Upper Des Moines, who got the jobs as a result. Visits Swea City Relatives After Trip To Norway Swca City: Martin Walsirand, of Seattle, Washington, enroute to his home after a visit in Norway, stopped in Swea City several days lust week. His son, Oscar, is attending the local school and living with rel a lives. Friday afternoon he WHS a guest at an open house given by Mrs Anna Larson. A number of out-of- town guests were present, as wel as local people. Mr. Walstrand is a brother of Myron Johnson, Eagle township, and the Mesdames Anna Larson, Oscar Berggren and Miss Selma Johnson of Swea City are also relatives. Mrs. Thompson Home Lone Rock: Mrs. Russell Thompson and Infant son, who have been at the Fred Wegeners, returned to her home Saturday. The Wegeners spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener, Algona. with the work wb«Q tfc* fcwppft Mw wwuid d VgtftMtitjr. but he i« rf «ipB»» ' "Truth and huncuy have no need of loud JjroUitotiow." MAHCH 6— British tie on American citizeni; later known at Boston masiacis, 1770. •— Famous Died Soon decision aitectaa runaway »lave» handed down by Supreme Court 1857. 7— Finn potent i* laued on telephone insttuimwi, •-Treaty signed opening Japan to United ship*. 1854. l-Papcho bandit, d}* ide IIWMwft to c«t-9« mi valve- iff. mm engine More Sales Tax Meetings Booked North Iowa merchants, belliger- nt at the sales tax which is taking )usines!i away from border towns and across the Minnesota line, were o meet Wednesday night of this week at Ocheydan, and Thursday at Oxage. Decorah has also called a meeting. J. L. Vaux, secretary of the anti- aJes tax group, and A. B. Tweeten, eader of the Swea City meeting a ew days ago at which plans for he fight on the tax were madt, were to attend this meeting. Recent news from DCS Moines indicates that the tax fight has at least caused legislators to consider possible changts, revisions and improvements in the tax, but it seems evident that total abolition of the tax is not likely. Dickinson Improving Mrs. Helen Dickinson, who was called to Washington, D. C., last week by the critical illness of former Senator L. J. Dickinson, who had sustained two operations for obstruction of tile bowels, wrote Mrs. F. L. Tribon Monday that Mr. Dickinson, who is in a Washington hospital xvas having u serious spell one day and the next day seemed to be gaining. Mrs. Archie Hutchiison yesterday received news that the sick man was able to sit up a little and take solid nourishment. This is pleasing news to his many Algona friends. The annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be held next Tuesday evening, starting with a dinner in the high school gym at 6:30 p. m. Lee Loomls, publisher of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, will be the principal speaker of the evening. Twelve members of the board of director* will be elected. Tickets are now being aold by a committee. Student Club Petition Directors, in session Wednesday afternoon, decided to suggest to the 173 high school students that they present their petition for an organized and supervised clubroom, to the junior chamber of commerce for consideration. They alao suggested that the students investigate the possibility of fixing up a basement room in the school for recreational actlvltlw. / . Jto «itfr w »«!e wMenUUon, i* bring- p«nnW M- March }t, M, » and 20 by local clothing and women's ready-to-wear dealers, It was stated. AKninst Snips Tax The local Chamber also voted to give Sweii City and North Iowa merchants all possible support In opposing the sales tax continuation. The local board directed the secretary to write Swca City, informing them of their official decision and willingness to cooperate. Directors Norton, Miller, Reynolds, Lowe, Bloorn, Dewel, LaUarre md Waller were present, plus Secretary Reiley. Buffalo Center Winnebago Champs, Loom Large In Class "A" 600 SEATS IN NEW BURT QYM Lu Verne Young Folka Wed, Thur«. Lu Verne: The marriage of Flora HeinkeJ and Francis SanforJ was solemnized last week Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran parsonage with the Rev. L. Wittenburg officiating. Attendants were Lcona Htinkel, sister of the bride and Dewey Wilson. The bride wore a blue dress and the bridesmaid was dressed in black. Following the ceremony the party went to tho home of the bride's parents at Fort Dodge where a wedding dinner was served Friday. Mr Sanford attended LuVerne high school and has since worked for his father and at other places on farms. At present he is employed by J. J. Wadleigh. A charivari party was held for the newly married couple at the Frank Kanfords Saturday evening. Four Corners Phone Line Election Held Four Corners: The telephone meeting of line 10, was held at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nick- trson. The following were elected: president, Chester Robinson; vice jresident, Wm. Drayton; secretary, Wm. Ehrhardt; treasurer, John Sa- jin; lineman, Louis Lowman, Jr. Wallace Dudley Dies Wallace Reed Dudley, a nephew of Miss Edith Reed of Algona. passed away Feb. 25, in EUiis, Nib., according to word received here. His mother's family was aii early pio- ne*r one in this section, and Wallace was quite well known locally. Ho lit*), Buna, % Errors WUttejoore: Well, the local boy* feav« bung m * good record of get- tiag IQJKP, but the conservation Uwa nut ef lugged a "akunk" on tfgjf fatt Hm.pt went on the bunt, *aw two foxes, o« a , A. „. Jr. C. of C. Meeting The next meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce has been set for Thursday evening of next week, in the Legion hall, at 7:30 p. m. Details of the program were being worked out and will be outlined next week. Algona Meets Ringsted Five at 7:30 This Evening Burt high school, host to the sectional basketball tournament, was welcoming an influx of hundreds of players and fans this week end. The tournament opened on Thursday, and will conclude Saturday evening. The games are '/being played In the new Burt gymnasium, opened for use for the first time this fall. 16 Team* Compete Sixteen teams will compete, six in Class "A" and 10 In Class "B". Tournament play opens at 3 p. m., Thursday, with Bancroft meeting Grant township in Class "B". Algona meets Ringsted, in Class "A", tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p. m. in the first round of the larger school group. On advance dope, which is often wrong, Swea City and Ringsted would seem to be class "A" favorites along with Buffalo Center. Lone Rock's record In class "B" la the best of any Kossuth team, with Seneca and Ledyard close behind. The Schedule Thursday, March 4—3 p. m., Bancroft vs. Grant twp.; 4 p. m. Burt vs. Fenton; 7:30 p. m., Algona vs. Ringsted (class); 8:30 p. m., Armstrong vs. Buffalo Center (class A). Friday, March B—i:30 p. m., Woden vs. Maple Hill; 2:30 p. m., Seneca vs. Lone Rock; 3:30 p. m., Ledyard vs. Bancroft-Grant winner; 7 p. m., Lakota vs. Burt-Fenton winner; 8 p. m., Titonka vs. Algona- Rtngated winner (class A)j 9 p. m., Swea City vs. Armstrong-Buffalo. Center winner (claw A). From there on the garnet go Into the semi-final and final rounds, with the class A championship set for 8 p. m., on Saturday, and the class B game for 9 p. m. Admission Prlcea Season tickets, Supt. Bowie of Burt announces, will be $1.25 to the general public, and $1 for students. Single admissions on Friday and : Saturday evenings will be 40 cents, and other sessions 35 cents. Students will be admitted for a quarter. There Is * seating capacity for 600 n the Burt gym, but there will be no reserved seats. Clarence Hall of Popejoy and Alex Evans of LuVerne will officiate at the tourney. Algona Chances Slim The chances of the Algona team were rated slim. The locals have won 4 out of 9, while Swea City has won 18 and lost 4, Ringsted has won 20 and lost 4, and Buffalo Center has captured the Winnebago county conference. The Armstrong team has a record of five victories and 13 defeats. Dies At Hospital John Hronck, 65, pioneer Pocahontas settler, died here at the Kossuth hospital, last Thursday. He had been a patient here for the past month. Funeral services were held at Pocahontus. Fred Grenrichs Hosts Lone Rock: The Fred Gtnrichs entertained Sunday in honor of their son, Bernard's birthday anniversary, also Edward Blancnard, eon, Delbert, and George Long. Attending were the Edward Blanchards, Irviugton; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mr. and Urn. Alex Krueger and George and Muriel KIBfKW EIGHTY SOLD The J. P. Kirsch eighty acres, unimproved, northwest of St Joe, wag Hold Monday to Henry Thilgea from Ottoteo, for |106 per acre by Edw. Capesiu* of Algona. Party At Burt Has Excitement Burt: While neighbors were giving the H. V. Jones family a farewell party, Saturday evening, before moving to Swca City, at the W. A. Stoutenberg home, children present went into the kitchen and turned on all burners of a stove. Several hours later when Mrs. Stoutenberg went to light the stove, the gathered fumes puffed out, 'rigtitenlng the group, but doing lit- .le damage, although Mrs. Stoutenberg had her hair singed. There were about 40 at the party. A. D. Newbrough Handed Surprise Lone Rock: A surprise birthday party was held Thursday evening for A. D. Newbrough, son John, and Ray Reynolds at the A. D. Newbrough home. Attending were: y Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrougb, the Lyle Marlows, the Eldon Marlows, CliSord Garrison, Algona, the Lloyd Marlows, William Mariow, Warren Marlow and the Lawrence Newbroughs. A. Eischeid Has Goiter Operation Plum Creek: A. Eischeid is recovering nicely from a goitre operation performed last week Monday at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Henry Pfeffer is staying with Mrs. Eiacheid and the children at the farm and looking after the chores while Mr. Eischeid is away. New Car Damaged Howard Platt bad the misfortune to slide the front end of his new car under the rear end of a truck, Tuesday afternoon, when the truck suddenly stopped for the school .sign at the Hub clotbwg corner. His own car slipped into the truck oa the ice. Date cf the cribbuce uounced by the

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