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CLASS OFFICERS OTTOSEN, PICKED Frances Enockson, Dennis Portly Elected Senior, Junior Leaders Ottosen: The clans officers of the Ottosen high school for the coming year are— seniors: president, Prances Enockson; vice president, Connor Starin; secretary, Mae Van Buskirk; treasurer. Nellie Welter. Juniors—president, Dennis Purdy; vice president, Clara Dahl; secretary, Olvln Hoag; treasurer, Darwin Jolllffe. Sophomores —president. Gerald Oochenour; vice president, Patricia Coyle; secretary, Charlotte Ber- gnm; treasurer, Gladys Satern; freshmen—president, Shirley Klri- »eth; vice president, Marilyn Kin- ueth; secretary, Mary Jane Hofius; treasurer, Raymond Rasmussen Merle Holt visited friends In Alta Sunday. Mrs. Harold Jacobson nnd Doris Shipley were Algona callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson and daughters visited recently in Grand Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson and daughters visited in Algona Thursday evening. Mrs. T. Aure and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Rolfe vlslttd at the Krlck Dahl home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Reese and Mr. and Mrs. Puff visited at the Russell Reese home in Minnesota Sunday. Charlotte Kinseth, who is em ployed at Algona, spent Sunday •with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. Melvin Bratland and Elliott Kln- )ieth. who attend business college in Mason City, spent the week end at their respective homes. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met In the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. Alice Hundertmark and 'Mrs. Hancock as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem eind sons, Mrs. Amelia Watnem and daughter, Lola, were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Hanson home In Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinseth and children and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Kinseth home in Bradgate. Irwin Classens, Seneca Hosts Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Classon entertained a number of friends and neighbors at a card party at their home Friday evening. Five hundred was played at 8 tables with Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and Emll Eimers winning high prizes, Sigurd O1- sen and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl winning the travel prize. Those who attended were the Ole Oftednhls, the J. W. Bolligs, the Howard Richards, the Elmer Lees, the Jens Petersens, the Ralph Campbells, the A. T. Paulsens, the Tom St. Johns, the Emil Elmers, the Fred Jensens, the Marinus Nelsons, the Curtis Olsens, the Sigurd Olsens, the Carl Petersens and Ruth Fesler. The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct> 7,1937 Buys House, Land At Wesley, 29th ELLA WOLTZ, VERNESHIPLEROF BURT MARRIED LAST SUNDAY Parents of Son Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Anderson of Fonda are the proud parents of a son, Larry Lee, born one day the past week. The Andersons are former residents of Seneca and moved from here last March. Mrs. Anderson will be remembered as Lucy Saunders. They now have a family of four children, three boys and one girl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berghofer and family of Fenton spent Sunday at the G. Kracht home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lampe and daughter, Sandra, spent Sunday at •the Maurice Jensen home. Everett Johannson and Woodrow Kracht spent Sunday with the letter's sister, Eva Kracht who is attending college at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Patterson and family spent the week end with relatives at Waterloo and also attended the Dairy Cattle congress. Now Meet THE CORN MASTER Records of 12 to 20 acres a <!ay picked and husked are by no means unusual with Oliver'* new 2-Rou> Corn Picker- "ifittfcf, Xb* amount of work done, of course, varies according to condition of land, crop and power. Under favorable operating conditions, owners report as high as 25 acre* covered. Back of every Oliver Corn Picker^Husker is 10 years of sound engineering experience, 10 years of actual field experience, and 10 years of unceasing research for better ways of picking and husking corn. The final result of this tenth of * century of work is the new OLIVER CORN MASTER ... a 2-Row Picker-Husker for modern fanners! Come in and see for yourself, the many quality features built into this new machine. Be the judge yourself—but don't buy any picker until you have seen the CORN MASTER. OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Klassie Motor Co. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 BOOMS KBOM i Under new management this 18-story fireproof building is being completely remodeled and refurnished . .. Every convenience. Including running lc« water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowe»t prices. • U SALLE & VAN BUREH STREETS Oppasrt* LA SALLE STREET STATION Burt: Ella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EIra Woltz, and Verne Shipler, were married at three o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian manse, the Rev. J. M. Doms officiating. Mary Ann Smith sang "I Love You Truly", accompanied by Ruth Hodgson. Mr. and Mrs. Woltz were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Shipler are staying at the Woltz home for the present Has Third Birthday William Durwood, small son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald, celebrated his third birthday Friday afternoon by entertaining the following little friends at a party: Charlotte Dremrnel. Layton Rash, Wayne Radeke, and Doris Anderson. Decorations of green and yellow were used. Elma Boettcher, Lotta Creek, also visited at the McDonald home that day. Triple Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen and Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Pratt were entertained at dinner at the P. L. Dremmel home Friday evening, in honor of the birthdays of Mr. Laren, Mrs. Pratt and Mr. Dremmel, vhich occurred on Saturday. M. E. 'olhemus. who usually celebrates with the other three, was out of own. Rev. J. M. Doms accompanied lichard Urayton to Dubuque Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich called at the Gutknecht home in Lakota, Sunday. The L. E. Roetmans and W. J. L.ockwoods picnicked at Pilot Knob Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Puffer, Cor- wlth, spent Sunday at the George tfanus home. Luther Meliza is enjoying a visit 'rom his twin brother, Arthur Melza, Decatur, 111. Mrs. Condit Bowie and little son returned home from the hospital at Algona Saturday. Mrs. C. I. Mansmlth spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, in Algona. Mrs. Maude Hanna and son, Chas.. Alice Elghme and Miss Bahe spent Sunday at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald were Saturday dinner guests at the H. M. Potter home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher were Sunday dinner guests at the E. C. Weisbrod home in Fenton. Wm. Blvidge and C. B. Chipman spent the week end with Mr. El vidge's brother, Robert, at Rowley. Beada Kollasch, Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hanna nnd Mrs. Ellen Hanna, Shindler, S. D., spent the week end with Burt relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, who have been staying at the E. C. Bieratedt home, moved to Algona, Sunday. The Jay D. Grahams. J. G. Sew- Icks and F. O. Stows were Sunday dinner guests at the J. T. Graham home In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman took their daughter, Helen, to Klrkland, Mo., Sunday to be treated at a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronan of Toledo, spent the week end at the G. W. Bleich home. Mrs. Bleich returned home with them for a week's visit. Mrs. Mary Steward, the Paul Mac- auleys, the Harold Stewards, and the Jack Hennings. Algona, spent Sunday at Iowa Falls at the Lloyd Steward home. Mrs. L. D. Hodgson and daughters. Esther and Ruth, and Mrs. Myra Watklns, Fort Madison, were Sunday dinner guests at the J. H. Graham home. The George Manus family moved into the south apartment of Mrs. Ellen Hanna's house last week. The T. R. Collinsons will occupy the north apartment. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle, Algona, to Plankington. S. D., Sunday, where Mrs. Horace :iapsaddle owns a farm. Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson returned Sunday from Vinton, where she lad spent a couple of weeks at the lome of her son-in-law. Her son, Charles, met her at Mason City. W. J. Davlson and Paul Moore visited relatives at Bode Sunday. Mrs. Moore is at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, it Bode. She is in poor health. Mrs. Ellen Baum, Denver, Colo., came Thursday and is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. C. W. Schryver. She was called here by the death of her father. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel and daughter, Leona, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Neitzel's sister, Mrs. Charles Hawks, at Spirit Lake. Leona remained for a week's visit. Howard Salisbury has received news of the marriage of his brother Ralph, at Fort Benton, Montana, to Verneva Lewis of Fort Benton on Sept. 25. Ralph is a former Burt Wesley: A deal was closed Wednesday, Sept. 29th, whereby Mrs. Sylvia O'Connor of the Bancroft- BufTalo Center neighborhood became the owner of the John Ofrms- by property north of the track, which consists of the house, a garage and nn acre of Inml. Mrs. O'Connor is n widow lady, her hus- bnnd having passed away last spring. With her will be her eight children, three girls and five boys, ranging in ages of four to 18 years, and they nre expecting to take possession November 1. Friends of the Ormsby family nrc very sorry to learn they plan to leave Wesley for another location but which up to this time has not been decided by the Ormsbys. Mr. and Mrs. Ormsby and four children came to Wesley 15 years ago from Woden and have made many friends and acquaintances who dislike seeing them move from this vicinity. Mrs. Mullins Hostess Wesley: Mrs. John H. Mullins entertained the members of her Study club Thursday afternoon. The group have selected "Noted Women" as their study subject for the car. Mrs. Arlo Dawson gave the csson choosing for her topic. "Women in Public Life" and was assisted by her helper, Mrs. Milton Gid- dlngs. ^^ | ST. JOE NEWS a ffl-gynr-nrflcaM-B^^ Devotions will be held in St. Joseph's church on Sunday evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Viola Klein is assisting with the household duties at the M. T. Mc- Guirc home. Lorcttn Fisch is assisting with the house cleaning at the Orvllle Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch. Fairfax. Minn., were callers Thursday with relatives here. Marguerite and Germaine Becker spent the week end at the Eugene Thul home near Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and daughter were Sunday dinner guests tit the Edward Beach home in Whittemore. Mike Frcllinger and Alvin Len- ortz from Livermore returned home the latter part of the week from n fishing trip in northern Minn. Mr. Hiul Mrs. Frank Bay of Port Washington, Wis.. arrived here on Sunday evening for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Hay is a cousin of the Kiiyscrs. Mr. anil Mrs. George Mergen and baby from Dell Rapids. South Dakota. .spent lust Sunday at the John Burte home. Mr. Mergen is a brother of Mrs. Berte. Clarence Mill-so, accompanied by Rita ami Cclestine Marso, Violu Klein, and Alvin Herte returned home- Thursday evening from Wheaton. 111., where they had taken Kleimor Klein. Relatives received word litre of the approaching marriage of Lizzie Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore, Besi'li <if West Bend to Sylvester Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thilges of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Fridcres and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Krideres spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kood at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Rood have u restaurant at Garner. They were former Bode residents. boy. Mrs. R. W. Hayward and son, Wallace, Chicago, came Sunday for a month's visit at tne home of her sister, Mrs. Will Carman. The Haywards expect to move to Cincinnati soon. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Morgan, Ponca City, Okla., were Monday evening dinner guests at the C. W Patterson home. Mrs. Morgan was formerly Mabel Barr and lived in this county. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hanna, of Shindler, S. D.. the L. H. Schencks Mrs. Maude Hanna and Alice Eigh- mc were entertained Saturday evening at the A. H. Hanna home near Lone Rock. Dale Kennedy and Lois Graham Mason City, spent the week en< here with their parents. Mrs. M. M Chipman came home with them after spending a couple of days with Vera Chipman. The Roy Ringsdorfs and Mrs. Tressie Rlngsdorf visited at the Harry McElroy home in Eagle Grove Sunday. Mrs. Grace Watkins accompanied them and visited friends In Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede, who have been' spending the past two weeks with Mrs. Wrede's parents at Fenton, were Sunday dinner guests at the F. L. Pratt home. They nre leaving Tuesday for California. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richman and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. Richman and daughter, Reuben Widdel, Arnold Polk and Gertrude Grlese. of Rcadlyn. spent Sunday at the Rev. L. Richman home. Paulii Widdel, who had spent a week here, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. George Koestlcr spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Will Heerdt and family at Hector, Minn. Mrs. Geo. Koestler. Jr.. accompanied them to Hector, where her brother, Lester and wife met her and took her back with them to Kensington, Minn.. where she is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lovstad, for a week or two. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Statement of tlie ownership, mnn gpinent, circulation, etc.. required iv the act of ComtrrsR of AURU»I 4. 1912. «>f AI.OONA ITPKIt DKS MOINES. pnhllslieil wet'klv at Al- Konn. Town, for Sept. 27. 19.17. State of lown. county of Kossntli, IB. Before inc. a notary public 1 In ntul or tie "lute and county aforep>iH. pprsonnlly iipnpurcil It. II. Waller, who. havliiK lieen duly sworn according to law, depose* and sayt hat he Is one of the publishers of The AlRona Upper DPS Moines, and bat the following Is. to HIP best jf his knowledge and belief, n true statement of thp ownership, innn- agremer.t. etc.. of the nforeaild puh- Iratfon for the date shown In the nlmvp cnptlon. required hy the net of August 24. 1912. embodied In «rc- .lon 4tl Postal IJIWH and ItPKiilii- llons. printed on tie reverse of this form, to-wlt: J. That Hi" namp.o and address if Hie pulillsher. editor. inanttKlns fd • Itor. and business marni?erf>. nre: publisher, Haggard * Waller. Al- Kona. Iowa, editors. HtigKiird * Waller. Algona. Iowa: managing editor. Sexton Aid Supper To Be Held, 14th Sexton: The Sexton Ladies Aid will hold its annual chicken supper and bazaar at the Sexton hall, Thursday evening. Oct. 14. Following supper the sale will be held. Prices for supper will be 25 nnd 40 cents. week end (it the Fitch home and made the acquaintance of their new Mr. and Mrs. Rim Romis nnd son. horn Thursday noon. daughter. Delorcs, spent Sunday at I There were no preaching services Lake OkobojL Mrs A. D. Richards. Algona. was a Sunday mipst of her sister. Mrs. A. I., flrcenfield nnd family. Mr. uml Mrs. W. .1. C.rcen nnd children were Sunday supper guests of his mother, Mrs. Grace Green and family, near LuVcrne. Mrs. Nordstrom, Algona, mother of Mrs. Chester Fitch, spent the here Sunday morning a* tl >* Arthur Bottom was attending thj M. E. conference in Slou* City, out Sunday School was held. Mr. and MM. Herman Wise took dinner Sunday at the home of Mrs, Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr.. LuVerne. Following dinner, all drove to Pilot Knob, near Forest City. Miss Grace Kouba of Des Moines spent the week end here with her parents, the Frank Koubas, Sr. Ha; ant gar'd ft Waller, Algona, Iowa: business managers. Haggard ft Build a Home of Your Own Waller. Atgona, Iowa. 2. That tne owners are: J. W. Haggard, Algona, Iowa. R. B. Waller. Algona, Iowa, 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount or bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders and security holders. If any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders BS they appear upon the books ot the company but also, In cases where the stockholders or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or In any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee Is acting, Is given: also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiants full knowledge and belief a* to the circumstance* and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do cot appear upon the books of the company, as trustees, hold stock inA securities m ft capacity other than <hat of • bona Ode owner: and that this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any Interest direct or Indirect In the »ald stock, bonds or other securltlfs than tt» so stated by mm. HAOOAnD & WAT.MOR. T'IT II. n. AVnllPr Stitiprrfhpd to and sworn before mi- (lilK ^Tili ilav <>f Sept.. t'-i'-'l. ]•'. I.. MrMAHON'. My r-oimnlaslon expires July 4. 1939. GET UP NIGHTS? ri.i «n KII).\KVK WITH ,lni:l|MT nil, lini'liu leave-*. «•!<•. -Milk" HUM »lin|ilf ti-Hl If piissiigi- I." urnn- ly. liTi-Kiilur. HimirlM, in Mini*, liavt- fi«M|lH-llt ih-Kll-f. Kfl IIP lllttlllM »!• If ilm-ys ill'- MlllKKlNll riilJNlllR IIIICK- nrl <• I'Kc ItllllpiT nil. InifllU leiivt's, U . Illililc Mil" Illlll' «!<•'•» tulil'-lK nI|IM| Hiik'-iH in Mnxli iln- kldm-yx. tint JIN Vtill wnuM llwi' ruMlir nil 1" iln.sll lilt- IPIIW.-IB Ili-lp naiiirr i-lini- Innti- ll-milili-mmif witKlt- llll'l <'\<'<-«s l.ls Ask any ilriiKKl"! f " r ""' "'*' \ nf Hiiki-tH. 1.111'ully in l.iisliy *. Kiiliu. l>flilni: UlllK Slnli-. Tlliinka, CHICAGO Notice of Probate of Will State of Iowa. Kossuth County, ss. No. 4300 in Distrk't Court, September 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 John H. Reid, Deceased, dated Januury 14, 1935, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the 26th day of October 1937, is lixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona Iowa, before the District Court o( said County, or the Clerk of sale Court; and at ten o'clock A. M of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notined and required to appear and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not'be probated and allowed as aud for the lust Will and Testament of suid deoeused. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 2«, 1937. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. K. C. Mi'Muhon, Attorney 39-41 Autumn of Life Autumn is the golden season of life. The leaves are brown and it will soon be winter. In youth we sowed and now we nre reaping. Whether our life was good or bail, we are gathering the harvest. The fruit of our early sowing is ripe if it is delirious we will enjoy it. If it is nincid it will not be pleasing perfume for our neighbors or ourselves. As I sit tonight at home reminiscing, really living in the past, I enjoy thinking of the good times and good deeds of early life. Occasionally an ugly recollection hobs up and oh how I wish I could forget all the mean things 1 ever said and done. Young mnn. young woman, if you want to enjoy old age. be careful what you do and say in youth. Mean things said and done, like chickens, come home to roost and are not pleasing bed fellows. Your friends in old age are the ones you were kind to in youth. In a business like ours we make lots of friends because we save them lots of money. We also make a ft-w sore spots. You can not please everybody. Ours is a small profit game. We play for volume and have to hustle. Work is my middle name. I would rather wear out than rust out. We sell standard well known lines of merchandise but sell them cheaper than the other fellow. Peters' Shoes for men, women and children, cheaper than you cun buy the same shoes anywhere else. At Neville's you save $1 00 on a pair of i'eters' best work shoes. We have the agency for Nunn-liush shoes. We think they are the finest line of men's oxfords that comes to Al- gonu. We know they are the be.->t lilting shoes that come to Iowa. We just received the fall shipment and at our prices the fellows are buying and glad to get them. They know the pleasure and satisfaction in wearing a good shoe We also handle cheaper shoe* Kight now we are featuring u line of men's oxfords ut*i.48. They are the very latest in style, genuine wells, combination last, all sizes, black, brown and suede. Oxfords that will wear, hold their shape and give satisfaction. Other lines of men's shoes and oxfords at $1.">U and Jil.UH. We have 125 dozen overshoes unpacked and ready to slip on your feet at prices that will plea.se and surprise you. 11UO dozen of the best husking gloves and mittens that we ever owned. Trade is good and friend wife and I art- getting along tine now. Jimmie Neville THU SHOK MAN Enjoy All of the Conveniences of a New Modern House. You can build so much more comfort for the money than ever before. Never Ix'i'orr have you been jihle to build for tlie money the \incl of a home you can build today. Coiiveiiieuees which were unheard of a few years ago, can now be embodied in a moderately priced homo at no 'additional cost. Zonolite Insulation keeps the house cool in summer and permits heating at low cost in winter. \Ve are equipped to build your new home in the most modern design. We have lumber from the finest mills, and all the oilier necessities for a completely modern home. And you can depend on our workmanship. There is still time to build before cold weather, and money is available at low interest rates. Consult with our architect, K. \V. Hanson, if you plan to build. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool | iOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCiOOOOO":- 1 KNOCK STANDARD OIL STEPS A YEAR AHEAD WITH 1938 RED CROWN GASOLINE READY NOW! WITH BEST MIUAGE.BEST PERFORMANCE- IN STANDARD OIL HISTORY! One tanklul will show you the difference in the new 1938 Red Crown Gasoline-get it today from your STANDARD OIL DEALER! OUTIHFROHTI 1MERAHWQCK 1 2.GREMERWNEJL UQWERMllEAfiE-J t FASTER STARTOJ *f NO IXfkA COST IO VOW \

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