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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 20, 1930
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, August 20,1930 ALGONA LOSES TWOJU.GAMES Lake Mills Won 3 to 1 and Buffalo Center 10 to 9 at Titonka Friday, CHLMOEE CITY PLAYS HEBE NEXT SUNDAY, Buffalo Center Had the Albert Lea Battery for the Indian Day Game. Best Game Sunday. Lake Mills defeated Algona in a baseball game at Algona Sunday by a score of 3 to 1. Although Algona was defeated this was no doubt the best game played here this season. Each team collected seven hits which was rather light work with the bat tout the fielding and defense work was very spectacularl Algona, Iphook up Its batting order intent on finding winning lineup but the necessary punch was not there. With thirteen men left on bases Algona could not produce a hit for a score, the only score obtained was a gift in the eighth inning when Lake Mills walked in a man from third base after the bases were loaded with no one out. In the third Inning Hill was hit on the head with a pitched ball which retired him from the game for three innings. By mutual agreement of the managers he was allowed to continue hi the game in the last half of the seventh inn- Ing. Lake Mills made one score in the third inning on two hits and a stolen base and in the fifth they scored two runs on three hits and a wild pitch; Algona threatened a second time when in the ninth inning Hill •was given a base on balls to be followed by Overmyer's single which put him on third base with but one out. The next batter was Bonham who lin- •ed to the pitcher and with a quick throw to first base doubled Oyermyer to end the game. Several unusual feats resulted from this game. All the hits made by each team were singles, not an extra base hit being made. Hill went to bat four times but was charged wit a tlmen times but was not charged with a tiine at bat. In the first inning he sacrificed, in the third he was hit with a pitched ball, and In the seventh, and ,n^ith Innings he walked. In the first ". the ninth Lake Mills was retired pitched balls. The three gat bat each hit the first ball at shortstop whi threw putout at Titonka In- 27 16 AB R H SB PO A E ..4121200 0 by/Buffalo Center by the ;fe,9,l Buffalo Center hired "AlberF-LearMlnnesota, battery for •> . - < 1W«« ___ I. kl •» _ — J •— » _ A«-i 4.t_ ± ift^mibert.feLeav.te tnathe^the ^J^o^te'/I«agtfe.!iThor4tj •*% B H _' 7 _' _ ».i J. 4 . ,'. * _, « 4.*, n _____ ,., _ _ _ _ tor the locai'MHnfiTiiwb double) ^ which/* should .have been; good; ,for/ extra";, base hits. Algona,' held , a ;'<three;run leaddn the eighth inning but ._ louff ._, "for 1 ;/ Buffalo,. Center. hitting was a feature of „ Gttmore City plays here .next Sunday and this will be a fast game. The local 'boys are playing a fast game of ball and deserve to have a good crowd at their games. ' . "> The box scores for the two games are as follows: Algona-Lakc Mills Game. ALGONA— AB R H SB PO A E Marty, cf, ss 5 0 2 0 3 2 0 Hill, ss 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 Stephehson, If ...,5 0 1 0 0 0 0 Ovennyer, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 Bonham, Ib 5 0 0 0 12 1 1 Bcanlan, 3b 3 0 1 1 1 4 0 Butler, c 3 0 0 0 5 1 0 Swanson, c ,. .....4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Watts, 2b 3 0 2 0 3 5 0 Vinson, cf 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Total 33 1 7 1 27 16 1 LAKE MILLS— K. Salvoi-sen, 'cf M. Lande, ss 301027 Dunbar, o 4 0 0 0 6 1 0 Schmldthuver, Ib, 4 1 1 0 4 0 0 Hockenson, If 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 Amelien, rf 2 0 0 0 0 Q 0 Peterson, 3b 3 020340 Bredson, 2b 3 1 1 0 1 1 1 L. Lande, p 30002 20 Narum, Ib 2 0 0 0 6 0 0 Total 32 3 7 1 27 15 2 Swanson struck out 5, walked 1; Lande struck out 6, walked 5 hit 2, Hill and Overmyer. All hits were singles, all runs were earned. Runs batted hi Lande, Bredson, and K. Sal- vorsen. Schmldthuver ran for Peterson in the fifth and seventh scoring in the fifth. Bonham ran for Hill in the third. Left on bases, Algona 13, Lake Mills 3. • Algona-BnfTalo Center Game. ALGONA— AB R H SB PO A E Bonham, Ib 5 0 0 0 H 0 0 Hill, SS 5 2 3 1 0 2 0 Welts, 2b 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 Overmyer. rf 4 3 3 0 2 1 0 Marty, cf 6 1 1 0 1 0 1 Swanson, If 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thorngren, 3b ... .4 1 1 0 0 1 1 Zakariason, p 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 Butler, c 4 1 1 0 15 0 1 Total 38 9 9 1 27 8 3 BUFFALO CEN. AB R H SB PO A E Smith, 2b 5 2 2 1 1 2 1 Knutson, 3b 4 1 0 0 2 2 2 Johnson, ss 5220311 Kramer, If 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 Duncan, c 4 1 1 0 10 0 1 Elman, cf 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 Gerdes, Ib 4 1 2 0 9 0 0 Hanson, rf 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ossie, p S 2 1 0 1 2 5 0 Total 39 10 10 0 27 10 5 Struck out by Zakariason, 11, by Ossie 10, walked by Zakariason 6, by Ossie 1. Hit by pitcher, by Zakariason Kramer, by Ossie, Overmyer. Two base hites, Hill, Overmyer, Thorngren and Duncan. Three base hits Marty, Butler, Johnson and Gerdes. Left on bases, Algona, 5, Buffalo Center 9. Some Hog Cholera Near Whittemore. Champion: Several herds of hogs In this locality are reported as being 111 with cholera. The same condition prevails In other communities in northern Iowa at the present time. After the disease has once made its appearance In a herd it Is quite a problem to give treatment that will effect a cure, and when a farmer loses a large portion of his herd he has lost his most .profitable means of marketing bis grata. In the case of cholera the proverbial ounce-"of prevention Is worth 1 more than' the pound of cure, and would seem to be a cheap insurance policy.'-' ' 1 pitching toy -w,5lteed"two Through Windshield. ." * •> - Whlttemor4 August 5. Special: While John Farrell was returning from Emraetsburg last Friday night he ran into a horse which had suddenly appeared In the road. Farrell's new sedan was badly wrecked. The horse went through the windshield of the car and was badly injured. Vino eyer heard ( oj? VIRGIN DIAMONDS Once a diamond is mined, it goes on through the years...down the ages. There is no deterioration, no decay, no wear—only a never-ending,ever- changing ownership, good and bad. Such is inevitable. Today you can secure Certified VIRGIN DIAMONDS which have never before been worn or individually. owned, at standard prices, through your AUTHORIZED VIRGIN DIAMOND DEALER VIRGIN Twenty Years Ago, Father Halpln was expected home from his European trip about the first of September. Will find Lee Nugent' had gone to Prairie du Chien, and other Wisconsin points .for a two weeks' visit with relatives. Miss M. J. Coate had just returned from Morenci, Michigan, where she spent the summer at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington had entertained a group of friends at dinner In honor of Mrs. H. N. Moore of San Antonio. Mrs. Oliver Moe and daughter had been visiting Mrs Moe's parents at Forest City. They also spent some time In Mason City. W. J. Cranunond had sold his unimproved eighty acres In Irvtogton township, east of Algona, to one of the Blake boys of Sexton for $58 an acre Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ooeders had just arrived home from Chicago, where they had visited Mrs. Ooeder's parents, and bought goods for the Goeders' store. F. W. Dingley and family were expected home from their Ohio visit. On the way home they had stopped for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ehlers at Milwaukee. Hazel and Edythe Wright were home from Swea City where they had spent a week visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. C Taylor. The girls are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wright. The Esthervllle flour mill had burned to the ground. With It went 60C sacks of flour and 600 bushels, of wheat. The mill was considered a good one and the loss was placed at $18,500, partly Insured. Lewis H. Smith and daughter, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson were planning to leave September first on their annual outing. They planned to fish In Montana and visit In Tacoma, North Yaklma and other western cities. Mrs. Al Falkenhalner and Mrs. M. P. Haggard had entertained the ladles of the five hundred club Friday afternoon at the home of the former on North Thorlngton street. The guest of honor was Mrs. H. N. Moore of San Antonio, sister of Mrs. Falkenhalner. Will McDonald had quit his drainage contracting business and was home for good. He had taken a position with Fred Clarke In the machinery business. Fred Corey had also severed his connections with his drainage firm. The business kept the men away from home too much. A line from C. O. Simpson at Terry, Montana, stated that Mrs. Simpson and Miss Florence Quartern would be back to'Algona very soon. The same note said that the Simpsons had passed a splendid summer In a typical western town of about 300 people, with weather cool most of the time. Mr. Simpson planned to return to Algona before the middle of September. Henry Baler of Fairfleld had Just purchased the Nate Robinson Four miles west of town for $92.50 an acre. The farm had been owned by p. Zelgler, who purchased It a few weeks before for $80 * an acre. Mr. Baler piaaned to move onto the place the" next spring, and has been one of the' substantial citizens of the' town ever since. G. A. ; Castile, another Palrfleld man, had'bought a farm In the some neighborhood about a year before. , • The Titonka Topic had had a squib about a fast auto trip made from Bancroft to Algona by a party consisting of Post Office Inspector Farrell of Mason City, and H. C. Armstrong, F. L. Colgan and Fred Amesbury of Titonka. It was Armstrong's car and he was at the wheel. The distance between Burt and Algona was made in eighteen minutes, according to the Topic. That still left the record time between Burt and Algona with Glen Branson, who made the run in seventeen minutes on July 4th. Some distance south of Burt, Armstrong's car struck a bridge and bounded fifteen feet into the air, according to the veracious Topic. Potato Crop is Reported Short. I F. W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. f — ^ DIAMONDS s. 'ffJWfJM*VSffWfffJWWMffJWfJ'f**?J POPULAR EXCURSION TO CHICAGO AUGUST 22-23 ROUND TRIP Special Attractions Baseball—Cubs vs New York Giants National Air Races, at Curtis Airport 10:00 a. m. to 10:00 p. m., daily, Aug. 23-24-25 Tribune Musical Festival, Soldiers' Field, Saturday evening, August 23 For going trip, tickets will bo honored in coaches on trains (except No. 23) leaving Friday, August 22, and Saturday, August 23. For return trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on tratns (except No. 11- scheduled to reach original starting point not later than midnight of Monday, August 25. Children Half Fare No Baggage Checked For full particulars and tickets apply to Agent Chicago & Northwestern Ry. 1708 Enno Eden, the Titonka farmer who raises potatoes each year, was in Algona today and says potatoes are not; a very good yield and are small owing to the dry weather. Mr. Eden raises several acres every year and has always found a ready market. Gerhard GrOSenlcht of Watertown, Wisconsin, arrived last Tuesday morning for a visit with relatives here and at Fenton. He and his uncle, F. W. Mlttag and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mit- ta«t drove to Marlon, South Dakota, on Thursday where .the former two tyere to take treatments from a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mlttai? arid Gerhard returned home again Saturday but P. W. Mlttag will stay there until Thursday of this week. Stveral of the ladles and children enjoyed a picnic dinner at the ball diamond last Wednesday, Foot races, ball games and various other games were enjoyed by everyone In the afternoon. Those present were Mrs. R. O, Dryer and children, Mrs. Hugo Faul- stlch and children, Mrs. Nick Gene- ler and daughter, Mrs. August Pljahn and daughter, Mrs. Harold Smith and children, Mrs. Fiene and children, Mrs- H. E. Ohm and children, Mrs. Fred Kadlng and children and the Karl Dreyer, Otto Wlchtendahl, Art Leudtke and Wm. Schmlel children and Ma bel Luedtke. f •>Kt3&8!S$y88&:^^ I IRVINGTON NEWS. g $&3ff88®^^ Bert Sankey Is driving a new Pon- tlac sedan, which was purchased recently. M. E. Johnson rr.d Ed Hammond of Swea City were Irvtogton callers one day the past week Ralph Simmons spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Riley and family spent Saturday • at Llvermore visiting with friends and relatives. Mrs. T. E. Wood of this vicinity spent one day the past week at the home of Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Mr. and Mrs. So ward Thornton and son, Rollen and lotha King of Emmetsburg were Irvington callers -Sunday. Miss Annabelle Bordwell of Livermore has been spending the past week with her sister, Mrs. Douglas Rlley and family. Miss Margaret Mulligan went to Bancroft Thursday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mulligan. Mrs. Robert Spufscon and chltdrca li&ve been spending the past week at the home of her nn",ner, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Skilling and lamlly. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson and family spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Hudson's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Erby Benson of Buffalo Center. Miss Dorothy Miner of LuVerne has been spending the past week at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Lemkee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hlcklin and family of Woden spent Sunday afternoon at he home of Mrs. Hicklin's brother, Mr. and Mrs.. Douglas Riley and fam- ilj.' *, •> , • ' • Mrs Joe Wilhelmi ' and daughter, Veverly and Mrs. Wllhelml's brother, Ben Schlchtl spent Sunday afternoon with their sister, Mrs. Boy Blythe and ;amily. , ,_;.,' (Robert Spurgeon and brother, Alva, and-Frttnk Skilling, Jr., all of this vicinity, went to Minnesota Monday on business. They returned home on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorn ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Haines, Mr. and 1 Mrs Relbhoff and family, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Riley and family and Anna Ramus spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Florence, who has b c en spending a few days vlth her mot'i'-r, Mrs. Roy Hicklin of Woden, reiurrie'l ot Irvington Sunday tc continue I.IT visit with other friends and i.;lat!ves. Mr. and Mrs Vet Daniels and niece Edna Sage, of Larrabee, James Daniels of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons of Rolfe spent Wednesday and Thursday at the George Simmons home. Miss Idabelle Felter who has been spending the past few weeks visiting friends and relatives at Walworth, Wisconsin, returned to her home on Friday. She reports having had a very nice time while on her trip. S**^^ LOTTS CEEEK NEWS. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisener on Thursday, August 14th. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Voight and children have been visiting with relatives in Oklahoma the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peter and children and Mrs. Peter's mother of Story City visited at the Arthur Zumach and Fred Kadlng homes the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behnkendorf and Mrs. F. Ruhnke of LuVerne and Mrs. Mary Dreyer and Mrs. Charles Geilenfeldt" visited at the R. O. Dreyer home Thursday. It wais Mrs. Dreyer's birthday. Mr. and Mr&. Carl Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dreyer and Martha drove to Blue Earth, Minnesota, Wednesday to help Mrs. H. K. Dreyer celebrate her birthday. They returned home the same night. Rev. E. Fiene, Prof. Wm. Schrnlel, and A. A. Kading are attending a synodical conference at Fort Dodge this week. There will be no services at the church Sunday as they will not be home until some time, next week. Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Mrs. H. E. Ohm, and children and Mrs. Wm. Rusch of Whittemore drove to Burt Friday to meet Mrs. August Markgraf of Fort Worth, Texas. Saturday the four ladles and Mrs. Martin Meyer drove to Dolliver for a visit at the Wm. Marron home. Two ball games were played at the ball diamond Friday afternoon. The first game was played by the Llesner and Radlg threshing crewfe. The Liesener crew won and the second game was played by the Meyer and Will crews, the M*yef crew winning the game. LUVEENE NEWS. Eryan Oglesby had business In Algona Thursday. Floyd Masterson drove to Des Moines on Sunday. Gwenetha Jones is visiting relative: and friends in Ottumwa this week. Dr. Hector Janse will be here to hold a tonsil clinic the last of this week. Edna Hanselman left Saturday for Mason City where she expects to work David Gardner is at the home of his brother, Milo, and family in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey at' tended the movies in Algona Friday night. Mrs. George Merkle entertained the Missionary society at her home Wednesday. The cemetery association met with Mrs. William Ristau on Thursday of this week. Mrs. Frank Jutte from Des Moines has been visiting relatives here the past week. Luella Blumer spent the week enc with her sister, Mrs, Green and family of Algona. Mrs. Frances Eason and daughter Mur'orie returned from Orange the first cl the week. Mrs. Tolph Mlers from Flash* r North Dakota, is visiting her many relatives here this week. The Good Will club met last Thursday with Mrs. Herman Meyers. There was a good attendance. Helen Hanselman, who has been In Algona several weeks, spent last Thursday at the parental'home. Henry Thakie of State Center, an old resident of LuVerne is visiting with old fronds In this vicinity. Mr. end Mrs Shafer of 3ta'e Center vitited last Thursday with Gottlieb Hanselman and family. Miss Helen Gade of Mason City was a visitor with her sister, Mrs. Aaron Steussy and husband last week. The Biggest Program Ever Offered at the KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR At no time in the past lias the program and feat " ie ^ f ,j. hettered or eclipsed. You must come this year The program of this fair, in celebration of the start of the new grandstand follows. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Entry Day. No gate admission charged. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Floral hall and other exhibits open at £ a. m. The start of the big fair. Afternoon program— THE NINE ALLISONS, European acrobatic performers. A feature attraction at any fair. EUGENE KANDOW AND THE KANDOW TRIO, another name for laughter. The comedy clown act with an un- limitable series of stunts and acts. GORDON'S DOGS, 16 dogs of all sizes, from a plain pup to a purebred, in a series of stunts, tricks and feats. THE THREE JANSLEYS, New air spectacle, too high for theater or tent; featuring the only 85-ft. high illuminated loop-the-loop in the world. Three big acts. HORSE RACING, 2:18 trot, added money $250} 2:18 pace, $250 added money; half mile county run $25. BASEBALL, Fenton vs West Bend. MUSIC, Concerts afternoon and evening by the Algona Military Band. Evening Program. Nine Allisons, Eugene Randow and his trio, Gordon's Dogs, The.; Three Jansleys. - < 1 Band Concert. " Jl , •* * / ' ,, < ' FIREWORKS— New and unusual attractions, featuring high .explosives' in the air that spr vari-colored stars; <? , T r WED., SEPTEMBER 3 Floral hall and other exhibits open at 9 a. m. THE NTtfE ALLISONS. ENGENE RANDOW AND HIS TRIO. GORDON'S DOGS. THE THREE JANSLEYS. HORSE RACING, 2:14 trot, added money $250; 2:24 pace, added money $250. 4% furlong run, $75. N BASEBALL, Bancroft vs. Buffalo Center. MUSIC, Concerts afternoon and evening by_the Algona Military Band. Evening Program. THE THREE JANSLEYS GORDON'S DOGS. EUGENE RANDOW AND HIS TRIO. THE NINE ALLISONS. BAND CONCERT. FIREWORKS, A marvelous program that will startle and astonish. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Floral hall and other exhibits open at 9 a. m. THE THREE JANSLEYS. GORDON'S DOGS. EUGENE RANDOW AND HIS TRIO. THE NINE ALLISONS. HORSE RACING, 2:24 trot, added money $250; 2:14 pace, added money $250; 5 furlong run, $75. BASEBALL, Titonka vs Ledyard: MUSIC, Concerts afternoon _ and' evening by the Algona Military.- Band. - s Evening Program. GORDON'S DOGS. THE NINE ALLISONS EUGENE RANDOW AND' HIS'. TRIO. THE THREE JANSLEYS BAND CONCERT FIREWORKS, the display of 'fiery- skies will be unequalled this year. FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 5 Jocky Day with Running Races. 'Ernie Young 's Big Public Wedding 5' , Stock Parade; '*;. Four-HOluB.Day, t , . ^,You must 'come Friday or you miss .half the, fair. v;% * * > v-} ."' r -S ,\ . s at !9*'aV m. Special 5 attractions in the new 4-H club building aH day. De« monstrations and straits. Afternoon Program. . THE NINE ALLISONS.' ' THE THREE JANSLEYS. EUGENE RANDOW AND HIS TRIO. GORDON'S DOGS. All the big acts and attractions. HORSE RACING, 5 furlong run, $75; 6 furlong run, $75; 4 furlong run $50; one mile run $125. Consolation. BASEBALL, Corwith vs. Algona. MUSIC, Concert afternoon and evening by the Algona Military Band. STOCK PARADE, Prize winners in all class, a sight that will attract every true farmer. Evening Program. EUGENE RANDOW 'AND HIS TRIO. THE NINE ALLISONS THE THREE JANSLEYS GORDON'S DOGS. BAND CONCERT. THE BIG PUBLIC WEDDING with Ernie Young directing. The most spectacular wedding ever produced in the history of Kossuth county. Music (special theme song) chorus singing— something you '11 remember as long as you live. YOU MUST COME TO ALGONA TWO DAYS TO SEE ALL OF THE BIG KOSSUTH FAIR. Mr and Mrs John Ramus are now nicely located In the residence recently purchased by William Ramus. Mrs. Hazel Frye and daughter of Reinbeck visited several days here at the home of her mother, Mrs. Flora Raney. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf and two children are spending the week with relatives in Stratford, Stats Center and Marshall town. Mrs. Ingalls Swlsher and two sons from Iowa City came Sunday of last week and are at the home of her mother, Mrs. George Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Koob and children, who have been visiting relatives here and at Humboldt, returne4 to their home last Monday Jn La Parge, Wisconsin. Mrs. William Marshall who has been at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W A. Patterson, the past two weeks, returned to her home in Cedar Rapids last Saturday. L. G. Helnemeler, a teacher here, returned Monday from a vacation of two months at El Paso, Texas. He will take up his work again this year in the parochial school. Agent Christiansen is taking his vacation the past two weeks and has spent a week at Holland, Michigan, and the past week the family have been at St. Louis, Missouri. Rev. and Mrs. Heddle and daughter. Nancy, from Thornton, Iowa, visited friends in LuVerne Friday and Saturday. They attended the camp meeting at Galbralth Friday'evening. Florence Godfrey who has been at Clearmont, Missouri; the .past two weeks, returned home Sunday evening, Miss Florence has been with her Bister, Mrs. Blanche Anderson. I. j. Huber is moving his skating rink from Marathon, where he has been located the past two months, to LuVerne and it wil be erected, between Gardner's garage and tfee M_ld-Qon.U" uent oil station., Mr and Mrs. J. L. Llchty and Mrs. I. H. Benedict drove to Rochester, Minnesota, Thursday to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White and family. The ladles are sisters. They returned hom>3 Saturday. Earl -Powers from Waterloo is visiting with his friend, Treadwell Robertson, who is spending his vacation with his grandmother, Mrs. George Hanna. The boys were /oom mates at Iowa University. Mrs. Albert Hefti gave birth to twins a girl and a boy Sunday, August tenth. The little boy died shortly after birth and funeral services were held at the home, conducted by Rev. Hoehlen of Renwick. Interment was made in Vernon cemetery. The little daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Bd Weener ran in front of a moving automobile Saturday evening, driven by Ralph Consouer ind was quite patofully injured, but was taken to the office ol BQV Jana? for treatment

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