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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 22,1937 North East * Eossuth JOHNFREHRKTMBERUXOTAHAN Lakota Relatives Visited with Him During the Past Week Lakota:' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Preeark and son, Clear Lake and Mr. Freeark's niece, Janette Moore and mend, Kenneth Johnson of Moline, III., were visitors with relatives here Sunday. The Freearks came from Mollne, III., last week where they have been with Mr. Freeark's father, John Freeark, who is critically ill in a hospital there. Mr. Preeark, Sr., owns a farm south of town where he lived many years. Ht was one of the pioneers of this vicinity but several years ago he rented the farm and has since had his home in Algona and spent part of his time with his children. Mrs. Lou Nitz wns on the sick list several days last week. Mae Edwards Is spending the summer with relatives at Iowa City The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena and son spent Sunday visiting the Rev. Frerking family. Sam Warburton has been at the STOCK UP NOW-.n CO1OATE A PALMOLtVt toltfrix ami Map* .... m • • c • ».M.' Itt 1* IK Ut COUATt KNTA1 OKAM COWATI TOOTH NWDU COUMI ranmiD MAPS. . t ftr MIMOUVt MAW CMAM COWATI nun CHAM . HMOUn SHAMPOO ." COWATI ramma TAIO. •.*.«. IK CAWMRI MUOMT SOAP. '. ' 3 tar IK VASamt HM TMW . .'.". . J* CHAUUS COU CHAM . . . ' Vi *. Jf« COUATI AfTU-MAVI TAIC ... IK COMATI Ana-SHAVt lOTIOH . . IK PAUMUVI AFTEt-SHAVt TAIC. . . Ut PAUMUVI ATO-MUtt UTWN. . IK E. W. LUSBY Gus Torino farm near Swea City helping with the harvest. Dale Hamquist came up from Des Moines and is working for Henry Wirtjes during harvest and thresh ing. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson and two granddaughters of Klemme spent last week Tuesday with the Rev. Nelsons. Emma, Lena and Julia Gutknecht and Emma and Louise Thaves drove to Garner Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmitt Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckets spent July 9, 10, 11 and 12th at Thief River Falls. Minn., and while there they picked and canned 30 quarts of strawberries. A. Anderson and Robert Hamilton completed the work of painting the Methodist church last week. The church auditorium has also been decorated recently. B. F. Edwards and son, Robert, drove to Rochester, Minn., last week Wednesday to consult Dr. Mayo in regard to a serious muscle ailment. They returned the same day. Wanda .Olson, Kensett, sister of Mrs. Arch Fedge and Mr. Fedge's aunt, Emma Hengstad of St. Paul, and his cousin, Arlene Monstrom of Northwood were week end guests of the Fedges. Ubbe Dreesman and daughter, Mrs. A. C. Schisse! attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Henry Meyers at Tltonka, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Schissel drove down every day last week to help at the Meyers home. Lyle Patterson and Dale Hamquist drove to Okoboji Sunday morning to meet Lyle's brother. Raymond and Geraldine Shaver of Sioux City, who are spending this week with Raymond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson. Charles Eggerth took Mrs. Eggerth's mother, Mrs. Minnie Slater and Mrs. Erwln Flower and her daughter, Elinor Mae to Grand Junction Friday. Mrs. Slater has been visiting the Eggcrths and Mrs. Flower was a visitor at the Henry Mitchells. Friends here received announcements last week of the birth of a 6 '/4 pound son to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hucnhold at Algona. He has 5een named Jon Alwin. Mrs. Huen- Page prone to Algona to be with he daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel drove to Minneapolis Sunday to visit hi family as they were leaving fo Canada. They will also tour Maim and other eastern cities and states Two daughters. Madonna and Mon ica, will accompany them but Col lette will come bnck with the Schis- sels to visit here while they are gone. Mrs. E. R. Worley spent from Sunday to Thursday in Mason City with her mother, Mrs. M. H. Bailey Thursday evening she took a bus to Des Moines from Mason City am spent the remainder of the week with the R. E. Hamquists. Mr Worley left Friday afternoon for Gait..where he visited friends until Saturday when he drove to Des Moines and brought Mrs. Worley home Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. O. R Frerking and son, Norman, left Monday for a vacation trip to the west. Their first stop was to be Marion, S. D., to visit the Rev. Frerking's brother, then Nebraska to visit his sister, then south to Arizona, where they will visit Dr. Dirk Ley, who works with the Pima Indians, then to California, where they will visit relatives, then north to Oregon and Washington, then take the northern route home. They expect to be gone 5 weeks. The pulpit will be supplied during their absence at least part of the time. LEDYARD NEWS The Ralph Clarks of Lakota called at the Max Nltz home Sunday. The Wm. Garry family and Mrs. Walsh were at Fairmont on Sunday. The Howard Jensens visited at :he Elmer Junkermeiers in Lakota Sunday. Mrs. Hazel Jenks of Bancroft vis- ted her father, Oliver Marquis on Sunday. Mrs. L. A. Nitz has been ill nnd :onned to her bed since last week Wednesday. The N. A. Behrends of Lakota :alled at the L. W. Wiemer home on Wednesday evening. The John Ericks of Elmore, spent Sunday at the parental Herman Simonsmeier home. Mrs. Harry Curtis, who is help- ng care for Mr. Knoner, went to icr home in East Chain to spend Sunday. hold's mother, Mrs. Aalderks, has! The Rev. A. A Dcpplng and son, Alvln, returned Saturday night from ' TYKE THEATRE TITONKA, IOWA FRIDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 23-24 "SWING HIGH—SWING LOW" Fred MacMurray with Carol Lombard SUNDAY-.MONDAY-TUKSDAY, JULY 23-26-27 "MAY TIME" with Jeannette MacDonald Nelson Eddy j, July 27—Dirk Koran In "BLA/INO SIXKS" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, JULY 28-29 "SONG OF THE CITY" Margaret Lindsey On Drawbar, Belt, Take-Off OLIVER TRACTORS DELIVER MORE PULL AND POWER Power at three vital points—drawbar, belt and take-off— is the real test for any tractor. Power at these three points is the secret of Oliver Hart-Parr popularity. The mighty valve-in-head motor with full pressure lubrication and modern cooling—improved transmission and bearings— and balanced working weight in the OLIVER HART-PARR 18-28 TRACTOR team up to give you more pull and power at lower cost. Let us tell you more about Oliver Hart-Parrs and their running mates, Oliver tractor gangs, disc plows and harrows. Hart-Parr built the first successful oil-gas tractor and continues to build the leading tractor in dependable, economical service. Let's talk tractors. There's no obligation of any kind. Just let us show you what we can give you— how much money we can save for you! moi\ v E R Klassie Motor Co. n two weeks' visit with relatives in Baxter and Waukon Mrs. Paul Oldenburg and daughter, Marcella and Mr. Van Gurran of Elmore visited Sunday afternoon at the George Hagge home Mrs. Harold Sallow, son Frank and wife of Newark, New Jersey came Saturday to visit Mrs. Sallow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartshorn Gordon Malzencr, who Is working at the Raymond Wilcox home, near Fort Dodge, came up with them Sunday nnd spent the day with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Pfeil and daughter and Mrs. Snyder of Radoliffe spent Thursday at the L. W. Wiemer home. The two ladies are Mr. Wicm- er's sisters. Mr. Reno, who now operates the pool hall, moved his family here from Britt on Friday and they live in their house trailer on the Wm. Wenzel lot on main street. Muttie Reece. who teaches in Utah i.s home spending the vacation at the I'. W. and Ed Reece homes. Mrs. Gladys Pugsley of Des Moines is also visiting in the Reece homes. Mary Ellen Friczenberg of Buffalo Center, who has been working at the Alfred Schadendorf home, was taken ill with appendicitis early last week end and went home to undergo an operation. Mrs. Harriet Matzener and Patty, Mrs. Richard Zielske and Herb drove to Eagle Grove Friday to visit Mr.s. Jenks and Mrs. Niestcr. Mrs. Niester had a heart attack over a week ago and i.s btill confined to her heil. Cards received from the Wm. Flynn family stated that they had reached Yellowstone Park and were to enter the park Thursday. They said the weather was cool and rainy while passing through the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and Wallace and Edith Logan spent Sunday at the (Jus Nuenfeldt home in Alden. Mrs. Nuenfeldt has been in poor health ami is not very well ill present. Edith .stayed to visit at Alden and Iowa Falls. On Sunday the George Hagg'a and Arthur iiitlskcs entertained the following guests at dinner at the Hagge home: The Richard Ziclskcs. Ihe Alfred Zicl:-,i<cs, the Raymond Wilcox.s of Fort Dodge ami Rev. and Mrs. Uoe.se and Francis and Robert Hoe.ii; of Laiiota. After dinner, Rev. Boe-se baptized Ronald Dee, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur iiiel.skc. Richard Zielske and Mrs. Kaymuinl Wilcox were sponsors. On Sunday, the following girls Thelma Frandle spent Friday with Aria Olson at Rake. Thelma Frandl assisted her grandmother for the past week. Mrs. Oral Torthun and Janel spent Wednesday at the Nina Krosch home in Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matheson, Gladys and Ariel Halverson visited nt the Olin Larson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin Mrs. C. O. Legried and Burnild and Bona spent Sunday night at the Oscar Frandles. A little son weighing "'•_• pounds was born to Mr .and Mrs. Theo. J. Bruns July 12. He received the name David Allen. Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Mrs. C. O. Legried and Burnild attended the funeral of Martin Matson at Brice lyn, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson atlended a miscellaneous shower for Virgil Erich last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Underbakke and family and Bert Underbakke, Muriel and Dennis attended a family reunion at Burr Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Halverson, Harris and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and Jerome visited at the Chester Johnson home in Ledyard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl at' tended the funeral of Mrs. Eges- dahls cousin at Eagle Grove last Saturday who had been killed in a car accident near Albert Lea two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 3oveland and family, Mr. and Mrs. "•aul Klepping of Forest City, Mrs. J. O. Legried and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Legried of Clear Lake all enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake State Park last Sunday. Word reached here this week that A. T. Halverson of Tagus. N. D., lied at a hospital in Minot Sunday 'rom a heart attack. He was 70 •ears old. Mr. Halvcrson was formerly of Hebron township. He owns he farm on which George Smith now lives and used to live there. TITONKA NEWS left for a :'s camping trip at Phone 714 Algona, Iowa Inlcrlalit n: Dm i.s ami Mary Ellen M.dhumid. Evelyn Mayne. Doris Welfaic. I,uutta t;>'!haus, Henrietta i't-'lV :iiui (lenuv.i Oclhuu.s. Alice Muiiltun .uid Mrs. L. I). Muyno were to chapct,jut' the girls. The J. H. Welfares. Lawrence Maync and dauyhU'rs, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, the Jess (yKeelc :i and tin; Haul Ol- hau.s family ttjuk them up and had u picnic with thi-i i Sunday. The progratn fur the amateur contest Saturday ni glit was as follows Hill Hilly suni;.'; Arthur Wilncr of Blue Earth; souy.i and tap dancing. Smith Sisters uf jOimore; songs, Slullu Mae Fry, Ledyard; tup dancing, Bugley Sisters, Blue Earth; sungs, Lafayette trio. Klmore; tap dancing, Alice Jean Caughlin uf Minnesota Lake; < halk talk. John Quint, Elmore. The winners of last week's contest were: first. Brolsma family, Shcrburn, Mann.; second, Maynurd Burkow, Rake; third, Win. Traup, Kiester. Ned O'Neil of Clear Lake was a Thursday guest at the W. J. Denon home. Mrs. Ted Dunmire was taken to the Kossuth hospital Friday for medical attention. Miss Leota Oestcrreicher. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oester- relcher is visiting with friends and classmates at Cedar Falls and New Hartford, and with an aunt, Mrs. Art Hansen. The Pratt Electric Co., have completed teh installation of a private lighting .system for the Tyke Theatre which will do away with tho embarrassment of "lights off" after a show has been well begun. The Adolph Missal home in tho north part of town i.s being remodeled and being made modern throughout with the latest modern equipment, and when completed will be one or uie nicer homes in town. Olvert Michnelson and family were pleasantly surprised Sunday when his sister, husband and children arrived from Charles City for their first visit with the Michaelson family, since they moved in this part of the country. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Benjamin, and sons, Fred and Gene, and daughter, Ardith Ann of Ottosen, James Winter of Gilmorc City and daughter, Mr.s. Ernest Wilson of Tchulu, Mi.s.s., were Sunday and week end [juests at the W. J. Denton home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simmons of Woden, newlyweds, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oest- crreichcr and at the home of Mr. Simmons' sister. Mrs. Elmer Mechler. They will leave soon for California where they will establish their home. Mrs. J. Everts and son drove to Woodward, .Sunday, to bring home with them, their daughter and sister who i.s a patient in the Woodward institution. She will remain for a two weeks' vacation and i.s considered much improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. Amos Bonacker md children drove to Reinbeck to -pend Sunday at the home of Mr. in.I Mrs. Raymond Bonacker. Mi.s.s kill Bonai ker, who has been vis- %& S Jiff ef£ r'sr- v c>f ;y STOMACH ULCERS DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WILLAKD TREATMENT has brought pri>ui|>t, dt-tiniu* reltrf lu thousand* of CURL'S or Stomach mid Duodenal Ulori. due to Hypoacid- ity, uml ol bur forms of .Sli/murd /)is- Iresi due 10 /-..-I 3J Acid. SOLO ON IS DAYS TRIAL. For <:.nni 1,'tu lu- furiutttiun. rtud "Willard't M*uas« •I H.IUI." Aik fur ll-liM-ut A. H. IJ01U HAHDT Mrs. Emma K. Htsifner is quite ill ut her home in towu. Her daughter, Mrs. Esther Askius, is caring for litr. Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these conditions. Thi:; means that yuu sulfur very little if uny pain, do not have to go to bed or loae uny blood. You can go right en with your regular work and lu*e no time exeept for a few minutes in my oil ice once a week. You are welcome to come in for ut) examination without charged. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algoua, Iowa 21-tf [ iting nt the homes of relatives hero the pn.s*. week, returned to the home of her parents with them. Mrs. Mary Baker, known to our many people ns Mrs. Tom Reibsam- en, formerly of Titonka and Britt now a resident of California, if making an extended visit with her children at Britt, nnd other relatives, and her many former Titonka friends. Mrs. Baker will return this fall to California. Mrs. Carl Simmons, Mrs. Ray Oestcrreicher and daughter, Miss Lcota were shoppers in Mason City Friday. Mrs. Ray Oesterreicher also received medical attention for trouble she is havrng with her eyes. Banker William Boyken and fam ily returned Sunday from a week's vacnlion spent in northern Minne sola fishing and recreating. All report n most enjoyable time. Land Sells for $170 The movement of farm land is again showing signs of the old days. Last week Melzar Haggard bought the Herman Tjarks quarter section farm in German township nnd two days later sold the place to Harm Wibben, at a substantial profit. The exact price has not been given out. The daily papers report the sale of a well improved 125-acre farm near Clarence, Iowa, for $170 per acre. Notice of Probate of Will 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 an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mattie F. L. Winkel, Deceased, dated August 7, 1934 nnd two codicils, one dated May 4, 1938, and the other dated December 4, 1936, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 10th day of August, !937, is fixed for hearing proof of same nt the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said 'ourt; 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 nstrumcnt should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 13, 937. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, attorney. 28-30 Notice of Resolution to Dissolve The Call Opera House Company »«TATK OF IOWA. vOSSl'TII I'Dl'NTV SS TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONC'KHN: 1'uMto notice IH hereby Klven that at a special Mirdlnn of the utoi'k- liolil«rn of the Call Opera House (?tnn|m>iy, a roriutnttlon orKHlilzotl mil i-xlKtliiK under and by virtue of he IIIU-K of tin. sinto of lown, mill hfld at No. ::t>l Noi-lli Thorlr irlnn Siri-i-l. In the I'llv of .MKOIIM. SI:, I,. of Iowa, on tin' r.ih day uf .inn,.. l:i::7, ill the' hour of :::(iu i.viock l\ M., . Inildii* ri'i'i-i-si-ntliiK nil of ti ital Hlork of said coi-piirntl.ii |lfl-Srlll. tlll< followlMI,- resolution unanimously adopted l,y said sl holdeis. all the votes repn-sontr-d l.y tho whole stork of said mrporall be in ir east Ir favor of the adopt! of snid resolution: "KKSOI.VKn. Hint the inlnnliv>! of (hi 1 sprrlal meetinK of the Hoard of ntroetois of th,. corporation held nf N.I. ::<il North Thc.l luMTton Siren. <"lty of Alirona. Slate of Iniva, on the ."th dnv of .Tnno. 1:l:',7. at 2::!0 o'clock In the afternoon, be nnd said minute." nre herein- approved, ratified nnd corlli iue.1 nnd the recommendations to the stockholders therein made are hotVhy aeeeptod and approved; IJKSOI.VKti KPIITIIKl!. that all nrt« ninl IhiiiRs done by the Hoard of Directors' nnd ofrire] •-• of the corporation from its Inception to.late be atid the same are hereby appioved, ra lined and confirmed. The proposition of X. r. lllec of Alptora, Iowa, to hny the real estate upon which the Call Opern House stood prior to Its destruction by fire lu April. 1M7. for tl.e sum of J:', linn no and the fun hot- proposition to ill?, solve the corporation and wind up Its affairs was laid before the mooting. ATler full discussion and deliberation ami npon motion duly made ami secor.ded the following 'resolution wns unanimously adopted- WTIHISKAS. the Pall Opera House of AlRona. Iowa. In April, inn?, was destroyed by tiro which was compensated for by insurance In the sum of Ji.'.non.no: and. \VIlKIiK.\S. It Is no loncer possible to conduct nnd operate movlnp; picture shows al:<1 do n Ecneralopora bouse and movlnir picture show business without, rehuildlne: said opera house: nnd. •vVUKIIKAP, tho proceeds of said lusurnnce and the real estate upon which snlil opera house stood nre the solo assets of this corporation, and it has unpaid liabilities or debts In the approximate sum of $3600.00; wnrcnRAP. N. r. nice of Aiconn. Town, lifts offered to buy said real estnte for the sum of $3,000.00 In cash; nrd, WHKmiAS. Ill the opinion of the stockholders tho snld offer of thp nld N. C. Klco to buy said real estnte should hp accepted nnd the corporation dissolved nnd its affairs wound up. lip It HKSOIWKn. that the proposition nf U.P said N. (*. nice to buy snld real cstatp bp nnd the samp Is liei-p- by accepted nnd thp Hoard of IMrect- ars Is herph;.' authorized, ompower- pd nnd dlrectpd to convoy said real eslnto. s.-il.l conveyance to lie ovoout- fil In h.hnlf of tho rorpnrn linn In- tho rroel.lort nn.l Secretary, upon lerolpt of tho snld sum of J.l.flnn.nn in cash from dm «.-iM N'. f. l:ieo for Ihf pui Hi.-iso prln>. ami to execute an.I ilcliver to th,. snld X. r. T;<eo ,1 iloo.l to snld ronl estate, now more pnrtieiil.irly dosorlhod n? follow? South Two-Thirds (S 2-31 of Lot Throe t.';i of niook Twenty U'n> of the Original rial of .M- cnna. Town. T:KSI>I.VKI> further, tl nt \ip,.n t'te completion of snld sale of paid ronl slain th.. provident and tho secretary of tln> eorpor.-ill.iii lip nn.l they ,-ire horohv authorised, ompou-ored nuit diroetod to take nil necessary Mops to wind up Its affair!.-: to jia'y nil Its ili'ht-! nn.l ol>1h,Mtlons, to distribute Ihe hnlnneo of nny money remaining as assets nnion^st tho stockholders In proportion to (heir hold- inirs In tho corporations nt tho time of flnnl disl ri hnt ion. to civo. publish ard file written N'nlloo of TMssolu- llon. together with 1'roof of mh- lli'Mtlon. nnd to oxoouto nml fllo nil oilier Instrument-! nnd do nil otlor dilnss noees.s:iry (,, dissolve this corporation In the manner provided liy Inw." Von are further notified that In pursu.ineo of snld resolution the officers of snld corporation nro taklnff nil noeossary steps to wind up Its nffn irs. Iv-ited this Oth dny of July, A P., r. T. rniTrm. President. IJOSCOK OAT.U Secretary. 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