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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 12, 1937
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JThe Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, towa, Aug. 12, 1937 SUPER-C SttHA InW far ' C VOTIV iwn wr.,4 »• Chicago, Omaha and intermediate pointt on U.S.Hyt.6amJ3O • Mak» your next trip «tal or wort the most comfortable, most interesting erer, going by Interstate Saper-Coachl Thete lenittional CHICAGO .... ........... $t.75 new bates set new high standards in luxnit. DES MOINES $2.SO OM hl « llw «7 travel — yet fares remain at the CEDAR RAPIDS M.SO "* m * Iow l8Te ,''. Tou wl11 enit>3r lhe * oor " of AMFq » t* new ' Ira P rov *d features in the Snpet-Coach — nAWvPnit'T « "«™«rtde.ign,bean«fal np hol.tering,forc«<i DAVENPORT $5.90 draft ventilation, better view, and smoother IOWA CITY ............ $5JZO riding qualities. For other information, far**, ATLANTIC ............ $4,03 "cnednles and routes, visit or phone : QBINNE "' w- 90 Bus Depot-Algona Hotel Phone 883 Algona, Iowa intERSTtfTE TRRHSIT LlflES WESLEY MAN'S SISTER DIES IN D-MOINES, SUN. Rites for Mrs. Maud Gtos- lin Johnson, 48, Held Wed. Wesley: The C. W. Goslin family received word here Sunday evening announcing the death of his sister, Mrs. Maud Johnson. 48 at her home n Des Moines that evening at 5:30 o'clock. Mrs. Johnson had been •onfined to her home and bed for :he past eleven weeks suffering "rom heart disease. For a number of years she was president of the large Argonne American Legion Auxiliary unit in Jes Moines and for a longer per- od of years she was very active as the state chairman of Child Wei- are and family care. She leaves resides her brother, Carroll W. In Vesley, four other brothers, Ruolph and Reuben of Clarion, Harey of Sioux City and Pete of Charles City, also her mother, Mrs. Alta Goslin of Clarion and her husband, Fred Johnson of Des Moines and their adopted daughter Jane Virginia, 3, who for the past ave where she has been the greater part of the summer. Cm Friday she together with Mrs. Henry Funnemark drove to Grantaburg, Wis., for a visit at the Albert Johnson home. Upon their return home, they will be accompanied by Anna's mother, Mrs. Nils M. Johnson, who has spent most of the summer at the home of her son In Grantsburg. Mrs. Anna Shipley and brother. John Meyer and their uncle, Frank Meyer, drove to Woden to spend the afternoon and evening with their sister and niece. Mrs. Joe Cramer. Frank Meyer has been making his home with his brother, Ernest Meyer at Flannlgan, III., until recent- y when Ernest passed away. For the present he is making his home with a nephew, H. Meyer at Bode, but is visiting in Wesley and Woden for several weeks. News Items of Fenton Vicinity Mueller's Horse Dies Theodore Mueller lost a horse Sunday that died from sleeping sickness. Veterinarians report a number of cases around Fenton. On Highway Patrol Job Patrolman Roy Rsukamp of Ft Dodge spent from Monday evening to Tuesday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Huskamp. Mr. Huskamp has recently received his appointment as highway patrolman and will be stationed near Fort Dodge. His wife accompanied him to Fort Dodge Tuesday, where the couple will make their home. Farmers and Investors. ATTENTION! HALF SECTION IN KOSSUTH FOR SALE If yon are interested in baying a farm, here is an opportunity to buy the best. The 320-acre farm whose buildings are pictured above IB for sale. It lies a mile and a half west of Bancroft on a main graveled road. There is no better soil, the yields are of the best, the land is drained, fenced and cross-fenced, and the fields are level. The improvements, as you can see from the picture, are first-class. The house is modern. There is no better buy in Kossuth than this fine farm. Only One-Third Down 31/ 2 interest on balance. (No. land bank stock in trade.) A. J. Berens weeks has been cared for here at the Goslin home. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Christian church In Clarion with burial tak ing place there. Mrs. Johnson hac made numerous trips to Wesley an( other points in Kossuth county car ing for the state Auxiliary program in Child Welfare and other work. Go to Naval Base Mrs. Albert J. Mumma and three sons are leaving Thursday of this week by car for Long Beach. California, following a visit here with the parental H. J. Braley family They expect to move to San Diego. California, to be there By Sept. 10th when Lieutenant Mumma arrives with the new detroyer. the U. S. C. Clarke, which he and a crew of lavy men are transferring from Boston to the west coast via the 'anama Canal. Attend Rites For Victim of Burns Wesley: Mrs. Esther Skow and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom, L. P. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson and daughter attended the funeral Saturday for Mrs. Walter Peterson, 35. at the Methodist church In Crystal Lake. Mrs. Peterson died at the Irish hospital in Forest City fron infection which set in following severe burns sustained on July 25 when her gasoline soaked clothing caught fire from a spark from the engine of a milking machine. Three buildings and some livestock burn- Indrpondence 4-H Ctnf» The Independence Idealists 4-H club of Independence township will hold their Achievement Day at the center school on Friday, August 13. Six demonstrations on first year home furnishings will be given. A judge will be present and the best demonstration will be chosen and* will be given at the Palo Alto county achievement day. BANCROFT OWXEB Wesley Team Win* The Wesley baseball team defeat- d the St. Benedict baseball team Sunday by a score of 10 to 3 played n the local diamond. The game was to be a double header with Hardy playing the other game, but that team forfeited their game, not showing up for their engagement. Carrier Starts Vacation The Vee Mullin family drove to Omaha Tuesday where Mrs. Mullin and the family are visiting until Sunday when Vee will go down for them. The first part of next week the Mullinses will leave for Cross Lake, Minn., where they will occupy a cottage on the lakeside for two weeks. Theron Hansen will substitute as rural mail carrier. ed on the place. Mr. Peterson Is a brother of Mrs. Carl Pearson, she having been the former Nina Peterson. Marion Sleper spent a few day last week with her aunt. Mrs. Jo Sandum. ga&y®oi&&s!^^ IOWA'S GREATEST SALE OF LAND At AUCTION Salt- Starting Promptly at One O'clock ALGONA, IOWA Sale To Be Held at the Kosmith County Court Hotue MONDAY, AUGUST 16 FARMS FOR INVESTOR AND HOME OWNER- NOTE LOCATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS THOMPSON 297 acres—NE'i <frc.) andE 1 -., NW'i (frc.) 6-99-29 3 miles N of Swea City. Excellent farm, well located well Improved, and well handled. One of the best producing farms in N Iowa. Leased by Edward Sathoff. WRIGHT 160 acres-SW'i 16-100-28. 1 west and 3 N Ledyard Fertile tract, quite well improved and welt drained. August Busch, tenant FRAMBACH 75 acres-All of EM, NE'i north of C. M. & St. P. RR., Sec. 8; also 74 acres W of P. A. 4 K. Ditch No. 1 in 9-9530. «,i mile N and \ E of Whittemore. Some excellent land some lighter; Imp. with good small barn. Hugo H. Meyer, ten- &nt. DAHLHAUSER 170 acres-All Sec. 8-95-30 lying E of Ditch and S of Ry., including roadway. Adjoining on the E and S the corporate limits of the village of Whittemore Some excellent land Some lighter soil. Quite well improved. Good producing farm' leased by Frank J. Elbert. DENNISON 80 acres-.W'-, NW'i 22-98-29. 2 miles W of Bancroft. Level, sanay loam soil; no buildings Leased by Andrew J. Boyur. JOHNSON 154 acres-NVV'l 25-94-23 (except railway). 1' • milen NW of LuVerne. Well improved, well located, fertile land moat- L^ll 1 , J . dra ' ned Lti "" ;iJ b V Ro >- "">'• Th" is a good farm. BEKNKKN 120 acres—N':, NW •, and.SW', NW ' , l.j-9d-27 5'. mile, due N ot Tif.onk-i, 10 E and 1'-, M of Bancroft. Choice land" fairly well improved, well tiled. SelU subject to insurance loan ot »10.000 at !>'.;. Farm, well handled by Warner Banker, former owner. He- bought our Ralph Ol»en f.irrn. Ifuinbuldt County "ALES 2.'i0.75 .L-res—LoU 3. 4. 5 and 10. Ser. B; that part of N- IStt . 5 \V ot E 40 acres thereof all in 93-2B. 3 miles NW of Livermore on E side of DM river. W,-li improved, well lo, aled and well handled s'.ock and grain farm. Le.-t.serl to f'bru Oak-o former owner. i i os»tssion of ea. h farm will be given by as.,i s iiin.-nt of present leases when piuvU.-ier concludes settlement. All lease, expire March 1. IMS. Buyer will receive all of 1M7 rental income. HALE TEKMX .SemeniMit-At the close of the auction we will expect each successful bidder to execute contract for the farm bid off by him and to attach thereto his check for $.vju. On approval of contract by Bank and approval of title by attorney fur the purchaser but on or Before Sept 20. 1937. we shall expec'. additional cash to make one-third of purchase price We are willing to carry back two-thirds of selling price in a 5-year optional loan at 5Of semiannual interest from March 1. 19*7. Taxes for 1936 will be paid by the bank, and maui-uiicc will be kept m force until dee'i is delivered Abstract brought down lo date showing merchantable title to each tract, will be furrmhed. If different terms are needed, do not. hesitate to consult our men. We are in position to meet any reasonable request. 1937 income will gu to purchasers by assignment of lease. For Additional Information, fhone or Write K«|>rewuUtive» or Owners. Property o f Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank LINCOLN, NEBRASKA This sale, as all sales made by this Bank, i, under the sup- ervison of the regular employees of the Bank, and subject to the final approval of its proper officers : $oaa&Q®ax^^ Miss Gladys Matern of Algona spent the past week at the William Ward home north of town. Members of the Mrs. Catherine Downs family met at the Call State Park in Algona Sunday for a family reunion. Miss Theodora Bottom of Sioux City spent the past week end here with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom. Miss Helen Kent has returned home from Blue Earth, where she visited her cousin, James Cooney, for several weeks. Mrs. Clara Erdmann of Colorado, arrived here Friday for a visit with her several Arndorfer relatives in and about St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. William Redding and daughter, Stella Mae of near St. Joe, spent Sunday here visiting the J. T. Meurer family. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and Ethel and Mrs. A. J. Mumma and children drove to Emmons Sunday to visit at the Carl Emmons home. Mrs. R. J. Thiasen of Algona spent last week here assisting in the home of her father, Henry Ricke during the threshing season. Miss Maxine Wolfe, who has just completed a course in nurses training at the St. Anthony hospital in Carroll is spending several weeks here with her parents, the Ed Wolfes. Mr. and Mr. George Ward and son. Chandler, and Mr. and Mrs. George Schimmel expected to leave the middle of the week for Pontiac, 111., for a visit with former friends and relatives. A number of the members and attendants of the Congregational church, friends of the R. E. Berntsen family, drove to Upper Flat Sunday evening to hear Rev. Bernt- seri in charge of services there. Miss Kathryn Reimer of Edgewood, is spending two weeks here with her sister. Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter Her parents are expected here Sunday for a day's visit and Kathryn will return with them. Mr and Mrs. George Hildman and Henry Ricke drove to Boone Sund.-iy to visit Mr. Ricke's son, Frank, who was painfully hurt in a run away last week. He suffered several broken bones in one of his ankles which will cripple him for some little time. Wayne Goslin and Joe Lorenz are expected home Friday from San l>iego. California, where they have been in naval training for their first three months of service. They are now to enjoy their ten days' furlough before returning lo the west coiiot for a ship assignment. Mrs. Bertha 8. Looft and daughter, Johnette of Des Moines, who for a week are guests at the Lake Shore Hotel in Clear Lake, entertained 14 local women friends at a \'2''M o'clock noon luncheon at the hotel Tuesday of this week. Bridge followed the noon luncheon. Visitors at the Nathan Studer home Friday were their daughter, Mrs Bertha Kilchmeyer of Iowa FalU and the Rev. Father Kalver- lage and his mother, both of Chicago, who came to spend the day with Mrs. Kalverlage's cousin, Mrs. i>tuder Sunday, a granddaughter, Mrs. Clara Ritchmeier and her chiun. Annubelle Hoefle, both registered nurses of Fort Dodge, spent the day with the Studers. Miss Anna Johnson returned to n* la^t week from Colorado, Notice of Incorporation Notice Is hereby Riven of the Incorporation under Chapter 3"i4 of the Iowa Code (1931) of a corporation tlie name of which la Algnna Theatre Company. Inc., the principal place of business of which Is the City of Algona, lown. The general nature of the business to be transacted by It shall he as follows: To cnmlitrt and carry on the bus- ness of tl ontrlcal proprietors, music mil proprietors, caterers and pubic exhibition*, moving picture and >ther variety entertainments, and o provide, en urn Re and employ actors, dancers. singers, variety per- f'-rmers, athletes and other theat- •Iral and mtislrnl artists, and" to irod'.ice and present lo the puh!ir II manner of shows, exhibitions a-id musementfi, usual or unusual, which re or may be produced at a theatre, music hall or other public or private lace of entertainment. To purchase, lease, rent, construct, rect or otherwise acquire, and to hold, own. let and-or otherwise dispose of theatres, motion picture and vaudeville houses, concert halls, rnu- slc halls, opera houses, office build- in KS. or other structures, and any rights or Interests therein, as may seem necessary, useful or Incidental to the proper accomplishments of any of the purposes of the corporation. To purchase or otherwise acquire own, mortgage, pledge, sell, assign and transfer, or otherwise deal in and deal with real or personal property of every class or description: to enter In contracts as lessor or lessee of real property or any Interest therein for any term of years. To borrow money, to draw, make accept, endorse, transfer, assign, execute and-or Issue bonds, debentures, promissory notes and other evidences of Indebtedness and for the purpose of securing ary of Its obligations to convey, transfer, assign, deliver, mortgage and-or pledge all or any part of tre property or assets at any time owned or held by this corporation, uoon «uch terms and condition* a* the Board of Directors shall authorize, and as may be permitted by law. To have and exercise ary and all other such powers, rights and privileges nnw or hereafter conferred by the laws of the State of Iowa, upon corporations organized for pecuniary profit. The authorized capital stock Is $:5.000.00 divided Into 250 shares of tl " par value of 1100.00 each. The Board of Directors shall have power to and shall determine the time ami conditions of the Issuance of cupitul stock; but shares of cap Ital stock *hall not be iH.sued untl. the full par value thereof shall hav« been paid to the corporation In inuncy, <>r In property at Its actua rash value as provided by the laws of the state of Iowa; and when lamed said shares of capital stock stall be fully paid up and shall be The corporate existence of tlie corporation began June 30. 1937 when Its certificate of Incorporation was Issued by the Secretary of state of Iowa, and It ahull terminate :o years thereafter. unl»-«* sooner renewed or dissolved by two-third* vote of the outstanding shares at the regular or a special meeting of the Incorporation. The aff&lr* of this corporation shall be conducted by a board ol directors, consisting of not less than to Texam Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel entertained the following at a sfx o'clock dinner Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lhre- ly of PRlestltw, Texas: Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and sons. Warren and Franklin and Mrs. Kate Newet of Hartley; Mrs. Harry O'Nell and Florence Newel of St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. El. J. Frank and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. G. R Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel, Mr. and Mrs. John Newel, ail of Fenton. Paul Beck spent the week end at the John Kramer home. Mr. and Mrs. August Gade of West Bend visited their son, Herman and family Thursday. Glenn Hammond of Waterloo spent Saturday and Sunday with the Elmer Weisbrod family. Lorraine Willrett went to Algona Friday to visit her grandmother, Mrs. F. J. Willrett for a week. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert of. Algona spent Sunday with the latter's son. R. L. Padgett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and Family visited the Hugo Faulstich family at Lotts Creek Sunday evening. The Jacob Zwiefel family were Sunday dinner guests of the Ed Zwiefels in Titonka. Ed and Jacob are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestnd and family were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad of Fairville. The Hugo Mittag family moved their household goods to Truesdnle, Iowa, Sunday. Mr. Mittag was recently named manager of the Fann- ers Elevator there. Lavonne Newel and Pauline Frank accompanied Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and Mrs. Kate Newel to their home at Hartley Sunday evening for a week's visit Sunday visitors at the John Wallace home were Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerlck of Alta, and Mr. and Mrs Charles Weisbrod and son, Lyle and Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Weis brod. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Berkeland an family attended a reunion at Round Lake, Minnesota, Sunday. Mrs Chris Lccy and daughter, Verna and Resells of Echo, Minn., were present. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohn and the Adolph Pertl family and Virginia Lou Roberts, the latter of West Bend were Thursday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander. Mr*. J. T. Snyder and son, Warren spent from Wednesday to Saturday with Mrs. Snyder's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Loss* at Lake City. Phyllis Snyder returned home with her mother. Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and daughter, Ethel and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and baby daughter, Marlene, spent Thursday at Klemme with Mrs. Milton Welsbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenwetter. Chris Lien spent from Saturday to Sunday evening with his sons, Lawrence and Carl, and their families at Swea City. Mr. Lien Is manager of the Weisbrod meat market and cold storage plant in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank entertained Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively of Palestine, Texas, at dinner Saturday evening. Other guests were Mrs. Harry O'Nel! and Florence Newel of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. John Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Mitchell home. In the afternoon Morris and Albert Mitchell went to Fort Dodge to sec their father, Ben Mitchell at the Fort Dodge hospital. Edith Laage, Betty Jean Schwartz and Marjorie Wilberg, the latter of Ringsted, drove to Owatonna, Minn.. Monday, taking Miss Laage's house guest, Nell Quinn to her home after three weeks' visit here. They will return home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede of Burt spent Sunday here with Mrs. Wrede's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. Bdmond Krause accompanied them home and helped out at the Wrede * Krause store while the regular clerk is taking his vacation. John Micklick. who has been principal and coach in the Lohrville high school for nine years, last week was hired as superintendent of the Thor, Iowa, school. Mr. Micklick was principal and coach of the Fenton school for two years before going to Lohrville. His wife is the former Bertha Mitchell, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell. Mr. and Mr. LeRoy Newel and son. Franklin and Warren, and Mr. Kate Newel of Hartley, Mr. and Mr. George Newel and daughter, Mary Georgia. Mr. and Mr. F. P. Newel, all of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod and sons of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively of Palestine, Texas, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Newel. BRADY MOTOR FREIGHT LINES Daily Dependable Service? Free pick-tip and delivery on all shipments. Direct over night service to and from Des MoineSy Fort Dodge, Minneapolis, Omaha, Sioux City,. St. Paid and Waterloo. , Local and Long Distance Moving our Specialty For Further Information Call 48-W CECIL MC GINN1S . ' ^ 88* WHAT'S IN THREE WAYS? three nor more than nine (9] , dlrectum, and they stall hold office , for the term of year and until their »iu'i-e8»ors are elected and qualified. The officers of this corporation ahall be a president, one or more vice presidents, a secretary and a treasurer, who shall be elected by the board of directors from among their own number on the day of and Immediately following the adjournment of the annual meeting of the stockholder* or as soon thereafter as practicable. Any two offices may he filled by the name person. The director*! may also elect or appoint sucr managers, superintendents and other agentH or employees as bhall be authorized by the by- lawH or by re/tolutlon of the board of directors; and they ohall fix the compen»aUon of all officers and em- ploye.?!) and may remove, and dismiss ti>e Marne at will Vacancie* occurring In tre board of direciurs .hall be filled by the remaining director* for the m explr- thorte usually performed by auch of- lii TI, In similar corporations, unless nil erwise provided in the by-lawn or bv resolution adopted by the board of director!* I'ntil the annual meeting of the Hi,<-kl.older* in th« year 1'J.IS the f«o;ird of director* whall consist of II,e following person*: Harriett Illc. at.d N". Hke of AlKona, Iowa, and . , , I W. I»'-nman and Myron N. Blank of !).-.< Molnex Iowa; and until the annual meeting of ti.i- HI ock holders In the m». N <• Illce of AI- KOIIU, Iowa, j-hall he th«; president and n-cretarv, Myior N' Blank of It.-H Moine*. Iowa .-ii. ill be the vice . l*rvHident and J. Deninan of Des . . Iowa. M.all !•<• the treasurer. Tre private property of th« stockholders whall forever In- exempt from <or[>oiule debts and liabilities. Th«- arli'.'les of Incorporation are i.-.oid.-d In Book K-10 pane 676. in the offUe of thi- Keeielary of Htate of the .Slate of Iowa, and In Bonk :i. paife &38. In the office of the Coul-tv Hecorder of Koshuth County Jowu, lo which all persons Inter- ••*ted are referred U.GONA THBATRK COMPANY. INC By N C Hlce President. By J. \V. Deninan. Treasurer 29-32 "Stomach Pains So Bad I Could Hardly Work" .Says C. B. Gross: "After taking Adla Tablets the pains are gone and I eat anything." Try three weeks, Adla treatment on our money back guarantee. Adla Tablets bring quick relief from a. sure stomach, paluj between meals, Idlgestlori and heartburn due la excess acidity. 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It drivet your motor with the finest Tydol Gasoline ever made. It oilt your motor with an exclusive top-cylinder oil that constantly protects the close- fitting, fast-moving valves and pistons. It clean* your motor with a special cleaning agent and reduces the carbon that ruins high- compression performance . . . And it does all three Jobs at the price you pay for old-fashioned gasoline. Your best gasoline^buy, by all means, U the Big Gallon. Hoenk Motor Service Wwt ot Court HOUM K. I* Hoenk Algona, low* Pnoatm

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