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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 12, 1937
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Algol* ttppw Peg Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 12,1937 North * East * Kossuth Page MAN IN HIGHWAY PATROUWBION GM&orge Dunn Was Oarage Man There Until Two Years Ago Ledyard: George Dunn, who was the Shell garage owner here before the family moved two years ago to Thompson, has been named a state highway patrolman and has fln ished his training for the same. His territory is between Sioux City and Sioux Falls, and he expects to more his family there in the near future. Since the Dunns left here they have owned and operated a service station at Thompson. Mr. Dunn was here last week visiting friends before going to take up his new work. Wlemers Have Son Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer are the proud parents of a son born Saturday, August 7, at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. He has been named William Craig. Thrown From Combine Marvin Simonsmeler, who is running one of the combines for Jerry Sullivan was thrown from the machine one day last week and knocked unconscious, but was not Injured in any way. The Edward Looft family were In Algona Saturday shopping. There was no amateur program Saturday night due to a drizzling rain. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Link of Waterloo visited Sunday at the D. A. Link home. Dr. and Mrs. Storey drove to Algona last Thursday and to Wesley on business. Mrs. Ada ttandall of Mason City spent the week end at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Pln- gle. The Olaf Engelby and Clifton Engelby families attended the Engelby reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wqrden and Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer were In Algona Saturday evening to make the acquaintance of their new grandson. The Roy Fout family of Charles City spent Sunday at the Martha Gable home. Mrs. Fout and Mrs. Gable are sisters. The Max Nltx family visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Nitz's sister, Mrs. Gus Martin at Amboy, Minn. They also visited in Mankato. Mrs. Margaret Looft of Sweet City, Mrs. Marie Carstens and son, Fred of Chicago visited Sunday evening at the N. A. Pingle home. The Carstens have spent the past week at the home of Mrs. Looft in Swea. Our desire to serve with dependability and thoughtful consideration ... in time of need. LAIRD fc McCULLOUGH Algona Funeral Chapel * Iow» ASTHMA HAY FEVER CAUN ITS HEUEVING'THE ANGUISH OF MANY SUFFERERS. TRY IT FOR YOUR CONDITION. f* en aulcr- ing with the symptoms el asthma? II y«ur case is alUraic in lyp». be sure and try Colin. II has flir«n teHel to many ecu** thai have tesisUd all treatment. •»»• having taken shell at high as lour times in a day- Y»ur druggist hai Calin. There a r • many substances which or* responsible lor t h • a « I h m a 11 c attack wh*n alUrgic in typ«. A lold.r which w* will gladly git* you ' lists th« met! important oil*nd«fi ' in the order el (heir importance, 'come In and get one. Be sure and try Colin lor leliel bom the disagreeable •ymplenu ol this condition. If your favorite drug store cannot supply you, write WOOD LABORATORIES. 380 N. Michigan Ave^ Chicago IOWA STATE I AIR Gun. 17 - S&pi. PLANE CRASH A ipecdinif plane smashed to piece* against a house—most amazing daredevil stunt of •II tune—Sun. only, Aug. W. I'.J. fARS America'* biggest musical •xtranganu. Famous movie Md vaudtrilte (ten, besuti- (ul musk, thrilling acts. FREE cornp OF no ncim CHILDREn FREE nuc, 17 TKfllLER VHOW HUTO VHOW PcCTDEO Famous riders, ropers, bulldoggers from all over the west in 4 duyt 3 nights of rip-roaring contests. AC£S Fastest dirt track races in the midwest, for 1937 National Circuit title. 3 dsys— Aug. 27,28. Sept 3. WOMtft \ t x vo vi nun THWU PAY 8m., Aug. »-Ha«M ertsfc, auto mafhui*; • do**" w Ml _, »sm *»«***«»***«' ;ARM,,, imsiorK FAIR RICHARD ZBLSKE HURTATLAKOTA Fingers Broken, Lacerated Hands in Threshing Machine Blower Lakota: Richard Zielske had a hand terribly injured last week while he was working on the blow- r on his threshing machine. Sev- ral fingers were broken and the land badly lacerated. He is carry- ng the arm in a sling at present. Ex-Lakota Editor On S.Dakota Job Lakota: Friends of the Ed demons will be interested in knowing that they have moved to Mitchell, South Dakota, and Mr. Clemans has a job on the weekly paper there. They are living in a furnished apartment Mr. Clemans began work July 30th. Mitchell is a town of 11,000 and also has a daily paper and their daughter, Dorothy works In the daily office. Bill Clemans is spending the summer In Callf- fornla, and has not yet decided whether he will return to Morn- tngside college this fall or go to school at Mitchell, S. D. Stork Shower Hostess Mrs. Vance Lester entertained it a stork shower for Mrs. Joanna luskamp at the Henry Klines on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Huskamp s the oldest daughter of the Klines. Mr. Huskamp Is awaiting appointment for highway patrol duty. Ry. Man Switched Harry Moe, brakeman on the Rock Island railroad out of Lakota, 'or several years, changed routes ast week Monday and for an indefinite time will work out of Estherville on the main line to Iowa Falls. He spends Sunday at home going back to Estherville via automobile on Sunday afternoon. The Heyo Berschmans and Donald Worley spent Sunday with the Wilbur Sparks at Graettinger. The John Smiths and their house guest, Delores Hassebrock, spent Sunday with Mrs. Smith's sister and family, the John Johnsons at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman drove to Mason City Saturday and visited Mrs. Mussman's brother and amily, the R C. Kelsters, return- ng Sunday evening. Ed Underdahl's mother, Mrs. Hesseldahl, Fertle. Minn., Is visiting here and Sunday the family drove to Austin, Minn., and spent the day visiting another son of Mrs. Hesseldahl. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves, Lakota, and Mrs. Thaves' brother drove to Shell Rock, last week taking lome Mrs. Thaves' mother, Mrs. Howard Peast, who had been visiting here and at Swea City. Relatives of the Will Nobles, Who spent last week here visiting from Baraboo, Wis., entertained at the J. H Warburtons Friday in their honor. Guests were former friends of Mr. Noble when he lived here, some dating back to school days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton left Sunday for a week's vacation at points in Minn. Their first stop was wttto Ow Robert Lava** family at Farlbault Mrs. Lovaas was formerly Hortense Noble. Mesdames Carl Gerzema and Cyrus Renshaw entertained the Presbyterian Missionary society at the home of Mrs. Gerzema Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Will Schroeder had charge of devotions and Mrs. George Heetland gave the lesson on Home and Missions. Lunch was served following the program. Clara Chlpman, Anamosa, was In Lakota one day last week mak Ing arrangements for an apartment to rent at the beginning of the school year. Miss Chlpman, who has taught In the local school for several years, will bring her mother here with her and she will keep house for her daughter during the school year. Miss Chlpman's father passed away early in July of this year. Give Bride-to-Be A Rocking Chair Lakota: Mrs. Doris Ukena and Gertrude Wortman entertained 25 relatives and friends at the home of Mrs. Ukena last week Tuesday at a pre-nuptial shower honoring Arlene Lewis, who will be a bride this week. Among other lovely gifts presented was a rocking chair from the hostesses and some other relatives. Hebron News xyfflO#t&a^^ BeoeeaaceeecsoeeeeeaogeoeeececagocceBMMg LEDYARD NEWS Joyce Corhus assisted Mrs. John Osland a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl spent Thursday night at the Oscar Frandie home. Mrs. Carl Hauskin of Rake assisted her mother a couple of days last week. Marvin Duryea of Blue Earth spent the week end at the home of Beatrice Osland. Mrs. Gertie Boehm and children spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Threshing Is nearly completed. By the time the paper will be in print most of it will be done. Mrs. Ernest Halversoii enjoyed a few days' visit from her mother Mrs. M. R. Erdahl recently. Berdean and Thelma Frandle *pent Thursday afternoon with Opal and Wanda Quam at Rake. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and daughters spent last Tuesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. C. O. Legried. Mrs. Beatrice Osland and family autoed to Eagle Grove Sunday and enjoyed a picnic with friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge and Janice of near Brlcelyn, Minn., spent Monday night at the Adrian Hausklns. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Halverson and Truman Benson were supper guests last Sunday night at the A. B, Hgthwraon born*. Dinner guests last Saturday at the Ernest Halverson home were Mr. and Mrs. Olln Larson, Rosella and Eunice Erdahl. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson had their Itltle baby daughter baptized last Sunday at the Shlloh church in Elmore by Rev. Gjerde The Zlon church enjoyed a picnic at the park in Elmore last Sunday. A regular church service was also held. A good crowd attended. Mrs. Ervln Thompson, Audrey and Muriel Underbakke, Mrs. Lawrence Hagedorn and Mrs. Gust Un- derbakke visited Friday with their mother, Mrs. Adolph Oswald near Elmore. Harlan Thompson, third son ol Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson, underwent an operation Saturday al the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center. He is getting along as wel as can be expected. AUTO CRASHES STORE CORNER IN GRANT TWP. Grant: Some unkonwn person with a new Ford V-8 ran into the corner of the A. A. Jacobson store, Sunday evening about ten o'clock, breaking several of the boards and breaking a large timber off about two feet from the ground. There were several witnesses, but there was no license on the car and they backed out and left before anyone could get their name. The fender and front part of the car were damaged. New Buildings Arise Several new buildings have been going up In Grant A house on the farm occupied by Irving Link and a corn crib and granary on the fafcm occupied by Mable Mlno. Buildings on the following farms have been repainted and painted, the farm occupied by John Halsman, Earl Patterson, John Patterson, Charles Blair, Leonard Mino and Floyd Colwell. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Chambers were callers at the Eli Anderson home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen and children spent Sunday at the Mar tin Gabel home. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Link of Waterloo were callers at the Roy Mlno home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kelly of Hewitt, Minn., were calling on relatives and old friends in Grant, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamand and children spent the week end at their home in Grant Mr. Hamand has been going to summer school in Minneapolis. The Grant Ladies' Aid will hold an Ice cream social at the Grant school, August 90. Home made ice cream, pie and cake will be served. A program will also be given. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson and Mrs. Carrie King went to Alpha, Minn., Sunday to visit at the Ben Christophel home. Mrs. King remained for a week to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Christophel. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske and children went to Eagle Grove, Sunday to visit at the Ray Wllcox home. The occasion was the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske and Mr. and Mrs.. Ray Wll- cox. Celebrate Birthdays Together Once More Lakota: Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. J. H Warburton drove to Tltonka Sunday and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans to Renwick where they spent the day with the Rev. R. E. Cook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen, Wesley also spent the day there. The Rev. Cook Is a former Methodist minister of Lakota and Wesley. His birthday is July 23 and Mr. Warburton's is July 24 and for many years It has been the custom to celebrate the event together as near the birthday dates as possible. Mrs. Teletha Mayne of Ledyard visited at the Kelly home Thursday. Rueben Oleson was taken ill on Thursday and was operated upon for appendicitis at the Buffalo Center hospital. C. C. Cammack and daughter, Mrs. L. F. Finn were dinner guests at the Al Russ home near Buffalo Center, Sunday. Richard Zielske injured his hand quite severely in the threshing machine this week. He broke several small bones. Delores Mayne was a visitor the early part of the week at the Hartshorn and Thackery homes in Armstrong. She spent Friday and Saturday In Ledyard at the home of her father, Howard Mayne. A, W. Amunson Optometrist Over Borchardts 32-34 Mrs. Albert FrtfeU of Elmore spent Monday with Gerled relatives Mrs. H. F. Finn and two smal 'sons of Chicago are visiting rel stives in this vicinity this month They spent Wednesday and Thurs day at the L. I. Finn home in Ger led. going Thursday evening to vis it Mrs. Finn's mother. Mrs. Selbol In Lakota. Sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS *£ HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WILLARD TREATMENT hat brought prompt, detail* nUtt In tboumodTof cam of lUm»«h s** DaidiiMl Wnrt, due to llynraoM My, and other forma of SUmuek Db- Iretl due to Kicai Acid. SOLD ON U DAYS TRIAL. For comptou Information. r«*d «WMtor*i «"«»•*» •I •MM.'* Ask for It-fee*—at . A. H. BOBCHABDT M» of AsMifcs'i gi*»h*t intuit at4 ftem nctaf (w lUWNbM puna. 4 ttuilUng afiMMM* taf.ia.u.Snt.i.x, aacos FUTURES The George Thompson family returned Sunday after having spen the week at Atlantic attending thi state convention of the Rural Let ter Carriers. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson received word Sunday of the death of an uncle, Lars Amundson of Frost. He lived by himself and was found dead in bed. Reuben Olson was taker: seriously ill with an acute attack of appendicitis Jost Thursday while he was threshing and wai operated on that night at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs. Paul Oldenberg and Marcella and June Koepke of Elmore visited at the Richard Zielske home Friday evening. Mr. Zielske's hand which was injured last week in the threshing machine is much improved Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris left Sunday on a short sightseeing trip. They expected to go to LaCrosse and the Dells in Wisconsin and come back by way of Nashua, to visit the Little Brown Church and Cedar Falls and Waterloo. Ronald Schroeder, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder, cut a deep gash in his foot Saturday while playing. He stepped on a broken bottle cutting an inch deep wound in his foot. He was taken at •joce to Dr. Somer's office where the wound was treated. Frank Junkins of Omaha called Thursday evening at the Matzener, Engelby and Richter homes. Friends here will be interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Junkins and daughter, Eva and her husband have moved to Los Angeles. Eva is the buyer for a large firm there. Urn. D. B. Mayer and Marjorie, Mrs. A. C. Miller and Merribel and Lois visited Sunday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Hotcb- klM at Buffalo Center. The Hotchkiss (amily have sold-tbelr farm there and purchased one two mile* from Garner. They expect to move March first. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielslw and SODS, Mr*. Richard SUelske and Herb, Mrs, Joe Mayne, Mrs. Roy Wentowrtb, Mr*. Harriett MaUener at Ledyard, Mrs. Oldenberg and Uarcalla of Eimcre drove to Eagle Grove Sunday where Uwy were guests at |h« Raymond Wilcox bone. MM. Iidaacba Jwxk* and Grandma Ni*»t»r, f oraMriy ot Lad- yard, but wbo now ttve la <2roy«. wort also Change In M anagement Effective August 1, the Coryell Service Station at the corner of So. Dodge and Nebraska Sts. will be under the management of George Elbert. Let us explain to you how you can save money the year around on your gas and oil with Coryell Products. ELBERT'S CORYELL SERVICE ALGONA, IOWA Gamin* to Emmetaburg, Hotel Kermoore, Wednenday forenoon, Aug HWtta; Mason City, Hotel Cerro Gordo, Tutwday, Aug. 24th. Return ever) Udaya. The Regular and ••Reliable Chicago p«cialu Dr. J. F. Shallenbe H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped t« «k> afl kinds of draylng and *"m"n|r sa-tf TYKE THEATRE TITONIA, IOWA Friday and Saturday, August 13th and 14th "WINGS OVER HONOLULU" With Wendy Barrie and Ray Mllland Selected Short Subjects Added Sunday and Monday, Aug 16th and 16th Matinee Sunday 1:30-3:30 Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McCre* In "INTERNES CAN'T TAKE MONEY" News Reel Selected Shorts Tuesday, Aug. 17th—Indian Day Matinee Only Evening 1 Jack Holt In Edw. O. Robinson Betto Davis "Roaring Timber" "Kid Qalahad" Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 18th and 19th "LET THEM LIVE" With John Howard and Nan Grey WVtrVtrWUVUSArVVrVUVWVrb USE THE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS FARM LIST 1937 The following list, of farms aro offered for sale by us as the host outstanding buys in the various sections of Kossnth County; subject to prior sale and change in price without notice. Due to the inianense ani- out of interest being shown at this time in good North Iowa farm land, we urge you to get in touch with us immediately if any of the farms listed below interest you. If you don't see what you want, ask for it. 79727—«0 A. Ex. soil. Well imp. Near Titonka. An Ex. buy at $125.00 per acre. 169727—80 A. Unimp. Near Titonka. One of the best in the county. Will make an Ex. investment. 219727—Another dandy well Imp. 80. All smooth, good soil. On graveled road. $130.00. 129729—Nicely imp. 80 on pavement near Burt. Good soil in high state of cultivation. $130.00 per acre. 239529—Good unimp. 80 near Algona. $90.00 per acre. 319730—A dandy Imp. 80 near Fenton. Priced right. 179929—80 A. Located on paving near Swea City. Ex. uoil. Fine bldgs. 209630—At $135.00 per acre, this nice 80 with a new get of bldga. is well worth the money. 309630—A good unimp. 80 near paving and Whittemore. $80.00 per acre. 119628—80 A. Highly Imp. High state of cultivation. On graveled road. $140.00 per acre. 169429—Elegant unimp. 80. One of the best between West Bend and St. Joe. 49530—Nice imp. 80 A. on highway 18. Priced for quick sale at $90.00 per acre. 79729—A real buy in a 120 A. farm. Ex. soil. Good bldgs. Graveled road. Near good market. $110.00 per acre. 59529—120 A. Fine bldgs. Good soil near school. Low taxes. Priced right at $120.00 per acre. 199529—Nice 120 A. farm close to Algona. Priced right. 339730—A dandy 120 A. Exceptionally good soil and well tiled. $135.00 per acre. 319730—120 A. between Fenton and Whittemore. Good bldgs. and soil. A bargain at $115.00. 269829—Nicely imp. 120 A. farm close to paving near Bancroft. Good terms. 169528—Nicely imp. 120 near Algona. $125.00 per acre. Federal loan now on farm. 99727—A well imp. 160. All good farm land. A real buy. 139727—Very finely imp. 160. Good soil. High state of cultivation. Good fences. $115.00 per acre. 369729—160 A. unimp. Ex. soil. Well located. Will consider decent offer. 75929—Ex. 160 A, farm. Good bldga. Located near Algona. 2410030—160 A. Good soil. Fair imps. $85.00 per acre. 69730—Good imp. 160 A near Fenton. $125.00 per acre. Good terms. Low taxes. 89829—An exceptionally good imp. 160 A near Bancroft A real buy at $115.00 per acre. 329926—Fine unimp. 160. Low taxes. Ex. for investment. $75.00 per acre. 249927—Nicely imp. 160 A on graveled road near Buffalo Center. $125.00 per acre. Easy terms. 209427—One of the best 160 A. imp. farms in the county. Near school. Low taxes. Graveled road $150.00 per acre. 159728—Ex. 160 A. Bldgs. like new. Fences and soil good. Low taxes. $125.00 per acre. 22972—One of the better 160 A. farms between Burt and Titonka. $120.00 per acre. Low taxes. Good terms. 99828—Good unimp. 160 near Bancroft at $75.00 per acre. Low taxes. Graveled road. 179429—Ex. unimp. 160 A near West Bend. Low taxes. On graveled road. Near school. 189428—One of the best Imp. and best producing 160 A. farms In Sherman Twp. Low taxes. Near school. On gravleed road. Good terms to the right party. 269629—One of the best 160 A. available near Algona. Good bldga. Ex. soil. Low taxes. $125.00 per acr». 349629—Unimp. 160 on highway 18 near Algona. $10.000.00. 69527—180 A. Fine imps. On highway 18. $139.00 329729—200 A. One of the best In Kossuth county. New bldgs. Ex. soil and fences. Low taxes. Near school. On graveled road. 279430—200 A. Ex. soil. Good Imps. Near West Bend. $125.00 per acre. 710029—At $85.00 an acre, this 200 A. imp. farm will cost less than rent. 109728—200 A. Fair bldgs. 125 A in good farm ground; balance ex. blu grass. A bargain at $50 per acre. More like it nearby. 3110028—Exceptionally smooth 220 near Ledyard. $85.00 per acre and a bargain. 3010027—240 A. near Elmore on good graveled road. Ex. imps. Good soil. $100.00 per acre. 79728—240 A. Well imp. Between Burt and Bancroft. $80.00 per acre. 49527—240 A. One of the very best in the county. Good location. Low taxes. Half mile to school. $130.00. Ex. terms. 169828—Splendid 240 A. near Bancroft. Bldgs. like new. Good soil. Priced well worth the money. 319429—Imp. 240 A. on graveled road. Near school and West Bend. Low taxes. Priced to sell. Make us an offer. 109627—240 A. Ex. soil. New bldgs. One of the best producers in the county. $140.00 per acre. Good terms. 12U82K—280 A. near Lakota. Fine bldgs. Good soil. Ex. location. Low taxes. $115.00 per acre. Easy terms. 129930—300 A. Good land and bldgs. Near No. 9. Priced reasonable. 229929—^320 A. Close to paving near Swea City. .{115.00 per acre. 7992ft—An elegant 320 A farm. Good soil. Good bldgs. und fences. $10000 per acre or less will take this one. 139527—320 A. On pavement near Wesley. Good bldgs. and land $»r>0o per acre. 159730—320 A. near Fenton. Small amount takes equity. Federal loan on baltinue. 199629—320 A. Ex soil. High .state of cultivation. Good bldgs. Near Algona. $115.00 per acre. 249627—400 A. Smooth, heavy soil. All in cultivation. New bldgs. $130.00 per acre. 369930—$70.00 per a<:re takes this well imp., smooth 64O A. farm. All wcven wire fenced. In good state of cultivation. Good location. On graveled road. Most of the above listed farms may be purchased by Farmers by only making a very small Down Payment and the Balance can be carried in a long time loan at interest rates as low as 3Vi%. With Taxes on farms remaining low, the interest charge and tban you would be willing to pay in cosh rent. taxes are much less Now Is The Time To Buy MCDONALD Algoua, Iowa Phone 125 feu,.

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