The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1937 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 15,1937 rVHnTEMOREFlRE DEPT. CALLED TO CYLINDER BLAZE Bailroad Ties Ignite from Burning Weeds on Monday . Whittemore: The local fire depart ment was called to Cylinder abou 4:15 Monday afternoon. A niimbe of creosoted railroad ties ownei by the Milwaukee railway eompan; became Ignited and started burn ing after some weeds along the sid of the tracks caught fire. The lo cal boys with their truck were call ed to give the town protection In case the fire spread. Vote New School At a special election held In schoo district No. 7 in Lotts Creek town ship for determining whether o not a new school should be built, 3< votes were cast all favoring the construction of the new building Creamery Picnic Aug. 28 The annual Whittemore Farmers creamery picnic will be held August 28 on the Presentation Academy grounds. It will be a joint picnic with the Farmers Elevator Company. Plans are progressing and the program for the day will be announced later. R A. Bartlett, who operates the local creamery, is in charge of the affair. Henry Schnlte Birthday A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Henry Schultz home Sunday evening to help Mrs. Geo. Schultz celebrate her birthday. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. C C. Baas and Elda of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Po- traU and Edward of Lotts Creek, Kdna and Elaine SchulU of Union the Erwin Bruhn family of Falrville. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Garner, the George Maahs family and Herman Voigt family, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heiden- wlth, son Ellsworth »nd Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph. John Mosbach and Mike Koppen drove to Sioux City on business, Saturday. Gregg Arnold of Garner, was a ' caller at the Arthur Heidenwith home Saturday. Bernice Winkel of Algona^ spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Winkel. Henry Lauck, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, is laid up this week with chicken pox. Rev. Zeno Relsir.g of Granvllle spent Thursday and Friday with Father B. V. Greteman here. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and Merle Airhart of Independence jqtent a few days la*t week with " «tetlv«* and friend* here. Mr. and MM. Milton Welsbrod of Ffenton are parents of a girl born to them Sunday, at the local hospital. Ella Burke la the nurse. Miss Rosella Volgt, who is employed at the court house in Algona, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Marguerite and Joan Fleming returned to Chicago Saturday evening after spending last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. John Bartlett of Ames, Maynard Bartlett of Des Moines and Evelyn Wolf of Forest City visited at the R. A. Bartlett home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to attend the funeral of William Kemp. The Frank Gotch family of Humboldt accompanied them. Kathleen Maahs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Maahs, returned home Sunday after spending last week with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen and son and Mrs. Mike Gengler left for Shellsburg. Wis.. Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Peter Mergen at Shellsburg on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schumacher and the Floyd Schumacher family cf Humboldt spent Sunday at the C. C. Baas home. The Schumach- ers are former neighbors of the Baas family. June Seney and Julius Diedrith drove to Omaha. Neb., Sunday. Mr. Seney is in business at that place. Mr. Diedric-h returned the samft evening. Mr*. Seney and baby will stay for a few weeks. Father Edward Fundel of Hemsen accompanied by his parent*, Mr. and Mrs,. M. W. Kandel, of here and the Art Fandels of Burt. lefi What A Powerful Swatter Chet Is Chet William* has discovered where on« of hi* moat powerful drive* at Hie Algona Country Club landed. It landed at Brook* Beach golf course, at Lake Okoboji, say* Chet . A party of Algona youngsters attending a camp at the lakes happened to tramp aero** the course, and lo and behold, there was one of Chefs golf balls, lying In the rough, with his name on It _ x Some drive, says Chet; some dirty work at the crossroads, say we. Chet says he hasn't been within 40 miles of Brook Beach all summer. for Metamora, 111., Wednesday t visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Lena Elbert, Mr. and Mrs Ray Elbert and daughter of here H nd Rose Mary Elbert of Emmets burg drove to St James, Minn to spend Sunday with Mrs. Lena El berts daughter, Mrs. Margare Posch. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz drove to Mason City Tuesday to visit with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs. Wade Moore. From Mason City the Braatzs planned to drive into Minnesota to visit with relatives. Mr and Mrs. George Dahlke 01 Manson and Mrs. Bill Littleton and Marjorie of Carrol. Neb., visited at the M. C. Weir home Sunday. The Dahlkes returned to Manson Sunday and Mrs. Littleton and daughter remained for a few weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Muhleman Preaches Livermore: Dr. Muhleman of Algona, had charge of the service at tie Methodist church here Sunday morning while the pastor. Rev. V. V. Schult was attending Camp Quest at Lake Okoboji which is being held under the auspices of the Queen Esther school of missions, July 12 o 18. A splendid program is outlined for the different sessions. ST. JOE NEWS Erwin Friders is assisting with the farm duties at the M. T. Mc- iulres. Mrs. Peter Schmidt and family tnd Martha Fourage spent Sunday ,t Lake Okoboji. Veronica Guttenberg from New Rlchland. Minn., is visiting at the oc Stattleman home. Charles Berte returned home on 'rlday from Davenport where he pent the past several months. Mary Jane Reding of Whittemore pent several days the past week t the Orville Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet and amily from near Bancroft were iunday visitors at the Joe Stattle- man hpme. Ambrose Walshen returned to the fohn Thul home Friday evening ifter spending a week at Cedar Rapids, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Besch and aughter, Janice, from Whittemore were Friday evening visitors at the Lalph Reding home. Madeline Bueb returned to the I. T. McGuire home Wednesday fter several days' visit with rcl- tives nt Storm Lake. Casper Kayser and daughters, Alma and Juliana of Owatonna, Sinn., spent the week end with rel- ttives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Nick N. Thilges and ons, Bernard and Alfred and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Illg spent Sunday with Father Frank Illg at Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Berger and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Frank Zeimet home near St. Benedict. Mrs. Lucy Wagner and son, Nicholas, Mrs. John Reding and Mrs. Nick Reding were Saturday afternoon callers at the Mrs. Annie Thilges home near Lakota. Father Frank Illg from Otto visited with relatives here last week. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Illg and daughter, Agnes, returned to Otto with him for a short visit. Al Hoehltr was taken to the Kos- .•-uth hospital last Wednesday. Mr. Koethler is suffering from a badly burned leg which he injured the day of the fire at the M. T. McGuire farm recently. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mra. Chris Gales, Mrs. John Altraan and son. Kldon and Mr and Mrs. Ted Mori of Fort Dodge retuined Saturday from Techney, 111 . to visit with Sister Marguerite ar.d Si.ster De Charitel. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales. LARSEN FAMILY REUNION SUNDAY Portland Twp. Polks Am ong 40 Who Attended Portland: The Larsen reunion was held at the Call State Park, Algona last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Larsen and children, Mr. and Mrs Charles Larsen and family, Mr. anc Mrs. Joe Zanke and the A. L. And erson family of California were am ong the group. Over 40 attended. Ross Clayton of Graettinger speni Sunday with the Tom Claytons. The Helping Hand club met Monday afternoon at the Dave Webers Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Riggs of California visited Monday at the Chas Larsens. A group of relatives from South Dakota are visiting at the Ralph Robert home. Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder spent last Sunday at the Ostergaard home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winchell are spending a few days at Jefferson and Des Moines. Floyd Stott left last week for Boone where he has employment with a paving crew. The Ivan Longs and Geo. Goddens of Emmetsburg visited at the Geo. Lannings last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker and family visited last Sunday at the Vick and P. L. Koppens at Lakota. Virginia Patterson and Lavonne ^ingsdorf are spending a week ui )koboji with the Burt Queen Esthers, Beulah Larsen of the Jimmie Nev- lle store force in Algona, is spend- ng her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen. Mrs. Rex Austin of Jewell, Iowa, isited her parents, the Geo. Larens over Sunday and her mother ccompanied her home for a short isit. A crowd of neighbors gathered t the Ralph Roberts last Sunday nd helped Ralph celebrate his irthday. It was a happy surprise arty. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke and the ^. L. Anderson family of California •ere six o'clock dinner guests at ie Will Bourne home in Algona last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen of rVaterloo visited the latter's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson, ver Sunday, bringing home Mrs. 'eterson who had been visiting at lat place. 3uinn Family Gathering At Bancroft, Sunday Bancroft: A family reunion was held at the Mrs. Bridget Quinn home Sunday. -The relatives attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burns of Emmetsburg; Rev. Robert Quinn, Sioux City; Thomas Qulnn, Omaha: J. Quinn and family of Arcadia; Jack Quinn and family of Lone Rock; Bill Quinn family. Ed Goche family, Margaret and Chas. Quinn and Madeline Lattimer of Bancroft. Friends attending were: Father Ahmann of Algona. and Marion Kerr of Hollandale, Minn. Thomas Qulnn, who hai been visiting at the home of his mother. Mrs. Bridget Quinn. returned to his home in Omaha. Tuesday. Mrs. Bridget Quinn and son, Rev. Robert Quinn of Sioux City, left Tuesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schwartz in Prairie du Sac, Wis. Mrs. Schwartz was formerly Mary Doyle. They expect to return home the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Underkofler and two children of Marquette spent Sunday visiting at the Frank RecK- er and Cletus Deitering homes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whalen of Mason City spent Sunday visiting with relatives in Bancroft They were dinner guests at the Henry Fox home and supper guests at the C. M. Baker home. The members of the Altar society met in St. John's auditorium Tues day afternoon. The ladies spent the afternoon sewing after which a delicious lunch was served by the committee. Kic hard Underkofler and Kapneth Utvrne, students at Arnes, spent the week end here at their respective homes. The Algona Auction Co. We art- here to serve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday. Saturday. July 17 If you have any pasture cattle, get Lhi-m in fur Saturday a» we have all kinds of c-aJU for cattle. We have calls for good feeder pigs, 1 Spotted ( hiin boar. NOTICE—If you will bring In your veals we will have packer buyer* here Uus Saturday, alfco we will have some good fre»h cowk, frekh about two to four weeks. * Don't forget our guutl line of hay tool*. Come ill and look till* line over. We handle Uie Belle- tity Thresher, we idno huve Uie following UM-d Threohertt: itii4ti Cooe Separator, 2t>xtti Rebuilt in A-l fchape, 2<JilO Nicola & Shepard, 20*32 Belle City, 26xM Woods in good shupe, 33x54 Fort Huron. The»e nutcluues are all priced 14) fc4"ll* We handle the DeLatal Separators. Our cream neperutor muii will be here Saturday, get than in early. We deal in new and u*ed machinery. AlUVChalnter* Tractor* and the Maufcey-Harritt line of machinery We will trade for anything you have. See us before you deal. lx-t us order your cylinder teeth ajid drive beita. Will btao-t on block ut 1:30. TtKMS—Cu»h. No property removed until netUed fur. Open Every Uuy. Sale burn phone ~,1 \ C.O. RIDDLE Former Teacher At Fenton Is Honored Swea City:; A former Fenton teacher entertained at a supper and theatre party at Fairmont lost Friday night In honor of Mrs. Glen Dltsworth of Shawnee, Oklahoma Mrs. Dltsworth, formerly Margie Kleinheksal of Archer, Iowa, Is spending several weeks In Iowa. She was in charge of junior high work at Fenton for eight years. Mr. Ditsworth, a former Fenton boy, resigned his instructorshlp at Washington University, St Louis, last spring to become junior field geologist with the Texas Oil Co. Hostesses Friday night were Mathilda Kressin. first grade teacher at Lake Mills; Esther Smith, director of Music in the Corwith school, and Olivia Kressin, teacher at" Lotts Creek. Rewrites OF Ntwt From Last Tuesday't Konuth County Advance • ; Oin-rutor uud AucU»uet-r Kuyiuuud Kiddle, Clerk Corn 5-6 Feet High in Union Union: ('orji has been laid by owing tu the extreme heat of last week. Thu torn grew to a height of 5 to 6 feet. Corn that high was generally found near the edge of a grove. Oats cutting began Wednesday. Home cut on Monday aa the oats due to Ihe dry weather and rank growth ha.-j gone down in places. The oats will yield very heavy thi^ year with plenty of htraw. 'Jeorge Hoevers and .son , I.>onald, iUU-niJecl the funeral of Isabel Weis- broci at Fenton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nilles and family of Rernsen were guests Sunday at the N. J. Krieps home. <ieo. Kriep.i. Mrs. Nilies' father, accompanied them back to Remsen where he will assist with the harvest. Mr. and Mra. Nick Phillips arid daughter. Arlene of Claremont. Minnesota were wt-ek end guests ul the home of their daughter. Mrs. Joe Kramer and farni'y. A brother, Frajik. also accompanied them and will remain to assist with the harvest at the Kramer farm. Mr. and Mrs. Kea Hutchison and three of their children from Waterloo were callers at the Ben Goulds recently. Mrs. Hutchison will be remembered as Hazel Krantz, a daughter of the L. E. Kranlzs who lived >ears ago on the- Byson farm where (-). A Cajnpney now lives. Mrs. Cora Ua.i-oji returned from a week at the horn-.- of her daughter. Mrs. 1. W. Nel.1011 near Lone Rock. Donald .\el.--.on, the youngest son, lu.> tc.nsiU leinoved ajjd suffered toj»»jjlication.-,. He wai under the care of a nurse for four days threatened with pneumonia. He baa fully recovered now. EMIL LAABS, Kossuth farmer living south of Lone Rock, and P. T. Rierson, 36, I»ort Dodge mail carrier, died from injuries received in an automobile crash Sunday morning, two and one half miles west of Burt The deaths were the first in the county from automobile accidents this year. Rierson died three hours after the crash, as the result of suffering a skull fracture, broken leg and internal injuries. Mr. Laabs. 51 years of age, passed away Monday evening from a fractured skull and other injuries. Mrs. A. R. Hutchison of Fort Dodge, and Wilma Hanson, employed by the alter, were injured. Mrs. Hutchison received broken ribs and a possible fractured pelvis. The girl was bruised and shaken up. The crossing was not protected by stop signs from any direction. • * • BOB WILLIAMS of Algona came he nearest to guessing correctly he time, place and manner In which he first auto fatality would take ts toll in Kossuth county. He had 0 of the 12 questions correct The ontest, in the interest of highway afety. was sponsored by the Kosuth Safety Council. • * • LU VERNE 18 asking the state lighway commission for a paved road into town from Livermore. A ommittee consisting of Phil Kohl- aas, George Tiede, Edw. Dehnert, nd G. S. Buchanan made a trip to Ames to see about the matter. • • • FARM HANDS ARE in great demand. Any persons wanting jobs an obtain immediate placement by egistering at the National Reem- loyment office, over the Iowa State Sank, where Esther Lavrenz is of- ice manager. • * » ITS HOT, YES, but not as hot as luly of last year. Of the first 28 days last July, 14 had temperatures over 100. This July, 97 has been the highest temperature reading. • • • ALGOXA'S GRAYS dropped two games, Sunday, to the Charles City Jons. The first game, at Charles City in the afternoon, resulted In a to 1 verdict. The evening game lere was 7 to 3 for the visitors. • * • MBS. A. a \VnXEY, 81, passed way last Friday morning at the •Cossuth hospital. She had been n failing health since last May. 'uneral services were held at St. Cecelia's church, Tuesday morning. ihe made her home with the E. L. JeZellar.s the past two and one- mlf years. Surviving are Jesse Willey, Algona; Mrs. Delia Ryan, "hlcago; and two nephews, Frank iyan and Herbert Champlain of Chicago. They, with Kate Quinn, Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn and daughter attended the services rom out of town. • • • JULIUS AND EDWARD Juchem and Raymond Henige*. charged with conspiracy, as a result of cream thefts in the Burt-Bancroft vicin- ty, were given three year sentences at Anamosa by Judge F. C. Davidson in court, Monday, but were paroled to the state board of parole. The suspended sentence can be revoked at any time, if further trouble is had with the trio. They were ordered to refrain from using al cohol in any form whatsoever. • * • THE BANCROFT Junior Legion baseball team defeated Gowrie in the first two games played. 2 to 1 and 9 to 4. and as a result is now ready to enter the state junior meet. Ackerson, pitching for Bancroft, not only hurled a fine game but hit a home run. Bancroft will play the winner of the Fayette-Nora Springs game, and the winner goes to the state finals. • • * FAIRMONT GOLFERS defeated Algona's team. Sunday, but John Haggard and Clayton Pittrnan ol Algona tied for the low score. Nexl .Sunday Erurnetsburg is expectec here, and Sunday, July 25, Charles City will play here. v • • FUNERAL SERVICES for B. V Daniels. 77. Burt. were held at the Burt Methodist church, last Friday Burial was at Burt, with the Burl I. O. O F. lodge in charge of bur ial rites. He came to this county in 1876. A son, Leonard, survives and also a daughter, Bertha. FOR SALE—One yearling Swiss bull, one yearling Guernsey bull.— ifcEnroe Bros.. Phone 519. 28 FOR SALE—Used McCormick 8- 'oot grain binder.—McCormick- Deering Store, Algona. 28 FOR SALE—Used bicycles. Buy them now for school.—Joe Bloom. 28 ~FOR SALE—Red, purple and Jack raspberries. SOc quart—Clark Orton, Phone 7F11, Algona. 28* Arthur Simmon*, War Veteran, Rite* Today, Wett Bend West Bend: Arthur Simmons passed away at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, Monday, July 12, at four o'clock. He was taken to the hospital June 12, and has been seriously ill with liver and heart'trouble. Arthur Simmons and Jean Gross were married at Blue Earth, Minn., Jan. 28, 1921. They farmed for a couple of years near Burt, and moved to West Bend In 1923. Mr. Simmons was a veteran of the World War and has been a member of the West Bend Legion post He was also a member of the Presbyterian church. For the past few years he has been working for Jerry Schutter In the produce business, whenever his health permitted. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons were the parents of one son, Harold, fifteen years old. Mr. Simmons is survived by his wife and son, his father, Charles Simmons of Havelock; five sisters. Miss Ada Simmons of New York Mrs. Frank Anderson of Walters. Minn., Mrs. Frank Besch of West Bend and Mrs. Orville Harr of Havelock, Iowa, and two brothers. Fred of Fort Dodge and Kenneth of Trent Mich. His mother was killed In an auto accident in 1930. Funeral services are being held at the Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon with Rev. Needing, the pastor in change. Burial was In the Weat Send cemteery, in charge of the H»rry Anderegg post of Weat Bend. Former ft««Uento Return Mr. and Mrs. Verm Tans*y and daughter of Waterloo, were visiting Jennie and Nellie Shellmeyer here, Friday. They were on their vacation. They had been away from here for 12 years and noted many changes. MM. Tanaey was formerly Dorothy Reed and Mr. Tansey lived weat of town as a hoy. Mr. and Mra. John Munson and Mr. and Mra. Robert Day were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday evening. W. H. Daubendiek and daughter, Eletha drove to Remaen Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. CharlM Aunger of Cherokee spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Rlley. They were neighbors 85 years ago. The Epworth Leaguers returned home Monday from Lake Okoboji where they spent the past week in camp. Those going were Rev. C. K. McNary, Margaret Shellmeyer, Edna Gibbons, Mn.xine Hoffert Dorothy Miller, Elsie Maberry, Ida Mae Hoffert, Virginia Dunn, Catherine Brown, Keith Shellmeyer, Kenneth Miller and Max Albright Mrs. C C. Miller and Mrs. Allen Gearhart were the chnp«ronfs. Classified Ads FOR SALE:—Good used 8-foot HcCormick-Deering grain binder. —McCormick-Deering Store, Al- :ona. 28 FOR SALE—1934 Ford Coach.— Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court louse. 28 WANTED-Steel grain bin in good condition. Call 680-J, Algona. 27» Miscellaneous RENTERS and young men wish- Ing to establish themselves on farms should investigate unusual settlement opportunities now being offered by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co.. in western Canada. See ). L. McDonald, Algona, for full particulars. . 26-28* FOR SALE—Two rebuilt stan- lard Underwood typewriters, like new, recent models, reasonable. See hem at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. FOR SALE—Used McCormick- Deering 8 foot tractor binder.—McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 28 FOR SALE—My modern resid- nce at 720 South Minnesota, at sac- iflce—Dora Mitchell, Algona. 28-29* FOR SALE—Several used 8 foot Decring grain binders.—McCorm- ck-Deering Store, Algona. 28 FOR SALE—Choice homes, lots and farms.—Joel M. Herbst, office over Iowa State Bank, phone 93. 28 FOR SALE—10 corn finished year- ings, 2 pure bred Shorthorn bulls, 2 grass fat cows.—Lloyd Gross, Al- ;ona, Iowa. •»»_•«• 27-28* FOR SALE—15-30 McCormick- Deering tractor. Reconditioned.— McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth tour- ng tudor—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 28 FOR SALE—Town lots and dwell- ngs. List your property with us. —Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency Algona, Iowa, Phone 125. 25-28 BUY A FARM now while prices are down. Large list to select from. List your farm with me.— Edward Capesius, Algona. 24-tf FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any »lws SOc per roll, free enlargement with any roll. —Luaby'i drug FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nicoulln, real estate, Algona. 7-34< LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— lew interest—Edw. Capesius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, location*. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also real buys on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlhaas Bros., phone 22. 20-tf Lost and Found LOST OR STOLEN—Lady's pocket book in Algona or West Bend Thursday. Return to County Auditor's office. Reward. 28' Wanted WANTED—Man to handle oui rapid selling line of household anc farm supplies in this territory, t clean, profitable business arrange ment for any honest, ambitious per bon. Write today.—Dr. Ward's Med ical Co., Winona, Minn. 28* Farmers ATTENTION BINDER TWINE Standard Twin 50 Ib. ball $ 4.00 Manila Twine 550ft. to Ib. 50 Ib. balls $4.50 Coast-To-Coast Christ Reunion Lakota) A reunion of the August Christ family was held at Clear Lake Sunday and the following famines attended: the A. C Klockes, and Roland Smith, Jr., and the Fred Mabus, Lakota; the Ed Chrlata, Forest City; the August Chrlsta, Minn., and the Will Gelhaus family, tfubbard. Florida Visitors Wesley: Mr. and Mra. Ben F. Felt • and Nina Mae Wagner drove to • Mason City Saturday morning to spend the day on business and pleasure. The Felts were pleasantly «ir* , prised Friday when three friends ••' from Florida came to spend several hours with them. HARVEST DISHES Best Quality White Semi-Porcelain We have a huge supply—get what you ndiftl at our reasonable prices. 9-inch Plates each lOc Coffee Cups, three styles —each 5c Oatmeal Dishes each lOc Many sizes of Bowls 10-15-26c Platters each 29c Cream Pitchers 19c Saucers 6c 9-ox. Glass Tumblers , L___# for lOc Also Pots, Pans, Coffee Pots OUR BIG 9c AND 19c SALE CONTINUES TO SATURDAY NIGHT We Give Green Stamps BEN FRANKLIN W. V. Butler, Owner 1935 Chevrolet Master Fordor with trunk Two 1936 Master Chevrolet Coaches 1934 Chevrolet Standard Coach 1934 Ford V 8 Sedan 1933 Ford V-8 Coupe 1932 Ford V-8 Coach 1931 Pontiac Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Sport Sedan 3 Late Model Trucks Several pood used jobs, 1928 to 1931 models. Priced worth the money. Three carloads of new cars arriving. Ask for demonstration. Kossulh Motor Co. Phone 200 . Dodge St. ^--T*^ What You Can And Save As You Can Lotts Creek Lutheran church will have its quarterly congregational meeting Sunday afternoon beginning al four o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth and family visited at the John Meine home in Whittemore Thursday evening. Mr u;id Mrs. Joe Leinlnger and family. Mr. and Mr. Rudolph Tietz iind family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Deck- j tr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth ' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haack and family, Joe und John Reding attended a party at the Walter From bach home in West Bend, on Tuesday evening, July 6. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey and Mr. and Mrw. Frank HorJus spent Sunday in Fort Dodge. Don Harry Ward is assisting Uoevers cut oats. Notice of. Probate of Wil STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH CUNTY, ss. No. 4272 in District Court, June Term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that on instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mattie F. L. Winkel, Deceased, dated August 7, 1834 and two codicils, one dated May 4, 1936, and the other dated December 4, 1936. having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 10th day of August, 1937, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed a* and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 13, 1937. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, attorney. 28-80 Jelly Pulp Strainer Gets all the juice out in half the time 50c Preserving Kettle and Dipper 12 qt 76c 16 qt 89e 30 qt $1.60 Preserving Scales To be «ucc«*8ful weigh things accurately. 26 Ib. scalev $1.25 Think how good those jams, jellies, canned fruits and vegetables will taste next winter. And you'll find canning is simple is you have all the equipment you need. SUMMER HOUSEHOLD NEEDS Chicken Cookers Cast iron, fully polished, Chrome or natural nnUh $1.35 and $1.95 Ice Cream Freezers 2 qt. »ize ,_- 4 qt. cue. _$3.85 Papg Knives B*«Ungton Make 10cto45c Pressure Cooker Holds? quart jars—22 quart capacity $1.39 Jugs 1 gal ____$U9 with spigot $2.66 1 qt. bottles $1.49 Ipt. bottles 89c Kohlhaas & Spilles

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