The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1937
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The Algona Upper Peg Molnea, Algoaa, twa> JDee. 2. Iflgfr North East * Kossuth HAROLD ALBRIGHTOFLEDYARD TAKES CEYLON GIRL AS BRIDE Couple Will Be at Home in Ledyard After March First Grant Ladies Ledynrd: On Thanksgiving day, Elma M. Simpson was united In marriage to Harold Albright at the Lutheran parsonage at Dunnell, Minn., by the Rev. Wm. Marth. They were attended by Vina Koen- cke and Lee Conlon, both of Ceylon, and friends of the bridegroom. The bride wore a street dress of dark green accessories with lace trimmings and the bridesmaid wore a maroon suede cloth strete dress. Bazaar, 9tl Grant: The Grant Ladies Aid wi hold its annual bazaar Thursday December 9, at the Grant M. E church. Guests at Bargers Dinner guests at the Wm. Barger home Thanksgiving day included Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kluger and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Van Alstine, Mr. and Mrs, Howard Dinzy and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sperbeck and daughter, Jean of Swea City. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Proelich of Ceylon and !s a graduate of the Ceylon high school For the past few years she has been employed in a newspaper office at Ceylon. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Albright, who now live in Watnes, Saskatchewan. Canada. Harold was born and lived most of his life In Kossuth county and is now employed by the Leon Worden carpenter crew. The wedding ceremony was followed by a reception for close relatives at the home of the bride's parents. The bride and groom will b c at home in Ledyard after March 1st. Thanksgiving Guests On Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Busch entertained the following guests: Mr. and Mrs Warren Lloyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Lloyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lloyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krammersmei- er, Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei and children and Mrs. Fred Busch. Roy Higley's sister of Mason City visited with him here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft, Cleo and Donald were Algona shoppers Saturday. The Howard Jensens visited at the Ralph Clarke home in Lakota Sunday. On Friday evening a charivari was held on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Albright. The M. E. Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. H D. Mayne. The Carlyle Fryes of Blue Earth were guests Thursday at the John Frandle home. The Walter Hans family spent Thursday afternoon at the Harriet Matzener home. u^ r ^^ A - Devine «' Bancroft visited Friday afternoon at the Jack McDonald home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engleby and sons were Thanksgiving dinner pests of the Rev. H. E. Harvey hom e In Swea City. The Grant teachers spent Thanks- at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grottllet visited Sunday at the David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Richardson and family visited Thursday at the Herman Goetz home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson of Fairmont visited Saturday at the Walter Engstrom home. Mr. and Mri>. DeTbert Hunt and son, Clarence visited Sunday at the Roy Clark home at Burt Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow visited Sunday at the home of Mrs John Govern at Bancroft The Sevp.-t Holm family visited Thursday evening at rhe Fianl Sanftncr home a* Sw -a City Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selberg and children visited Thursday at the Tom Rowcll home at St. Joe. Swen Tjensvold and children were visitors Thursday at the Mike Enockson home in Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Link and son, Eldon visited Sunday at the Lou Swearinger home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson and Mrs. Lillian Rederus spent Thanksgiving at the Frank Nelson home Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamand and children visited Thursday at the George Wolcott home at Bradgate. The Ray Wentworth family were dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the John Lamping home at Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Anderson and son, Roger of Bancroft visited on Thursday at the Ely Anderson Many Vigit At Ledyard Homes Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Neubauer and family of Radcliffe came Wednesday to visit at th e Max Nitz home. On Thursday, the Neubau- ers, the Max Nltzs and Mr. and Mra Robert Weller visited at the Otto Lange home In Elmore-. On Friday Mrs. Max Nitz and Maxln e and the Neubauers visited at the Gusa Martin home in Amboy. The three ladles are sisters. Mrs. Martin returned with them. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Wax Nitz entertained the following in honor of their guests: Mr. and Mrs. L. A Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiler, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lange of Elmore. The Neubauers returned to Rad- :liffe on Sunday taking Lydia Neu- >auer who has been visiting at the Weller home, home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Barger and 'amily and Harlan Johnson visited Sunday at the A. G. Farrington home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engstrom and family spent Thanksgiving day at the Nels Overfleld home at Sherburn. Wlllaljelle Logan returned Sunday to her home at Hayfleld, Minn., after a week's visit at the Floyd * home. Floyd Colwell and children and (Wlllabelle Logan visited Thursday Lee O. Wolfe Now Recovering Titonka: Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe ac- ompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lester rewitt of Forest City, motored to )es Moines Saturday to visit Lee . Wolfe at the Veterans' hospital ktr. Wolfe is improving rapidly and now able to walk a block nnd n alf three times a day, going to and from his meals. A buddy of the same regiment from Illinois, U also ft patient. Mrs. Wolfe and the Prewitts returned home Sunday. 19ATHTONKA LEGIONSESSION Other News Prom the Ti tonka Community for Past Week Titonka: Nineteen persosn attended the Legion Auxiliary work meeting at the home of Mrs. Galena Zwlefel Friday afternoon. A comforter was made for Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Helfner, who recently lost all personal property by fire. Many carpet rags were torn and sewn. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses/ Galena Zwlefel, Julia Nelson and Nesa Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Al "Young and their children spent Thanksgiving at Wesley with Mr. Young's parents. Mrs. W. J. Denton and father, James Winter, visited Tuesday at the Russell Cook and W» A. Winter homes in Algona. The Jim Shlpler family in Portland township are quarantined for scarlet fever, the second eldest daughter having the disease. Mrs. fi. Intermlll and son, tar- Obituary of Mr*. Kettwick Lakota: Mrs. Harm Kettwick, whose death was mentioned In a previous issue, was born Geseana Harbers, Feb. 28, 1899, In Oldenberg, Germany. She was married to Harm Kettwick on Jan. 14, 1928, and the same year she with her husband came to this country and settled near Titonka. In 1934 they moved northeast of Lakota where ;hey have since lived. Sh e passed into the beyond Nov. 24, aged 38 years. 9 months and one day. Her lassing was caused by gall bladder trouble. She leaves to mourn her death, ler husband, one son and one daughter, her father, step-mother, three brothers and one sister. Two ihildren preceded her In death. The junior high school play giv- n last week Wednesday was greeted by a good crowd and it was the ery well given. Raymond Patterson of Sioux B Mayer and Majorle were shop-' „ Mr ' f ^ d U '\ W C N " lson a "<l Ping In Algona on Saturdav /Mrs Llll|I| n Rederas hpcnt Ihank-*- Algonn on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald drove to Carroll Saturday and Mary Ellen, who is taking nurses' training there, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Lauritzen and sons, Jerry and Billy, now of Parkcrsburg called on friends here Friday. They were dinner guests that evening at the Wm. Wiemer home. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne drove to Mason City Sunday to take Evelyn Mayne and Henrietta O'Keefe back to their school work at business college. Edith Logan and Muriel Reece also went to Mason City Twith them and from there took the train for their respective colleges at Coe in Cedar Rapldi and Penn in Oakalooaa. Former Titonka . Resident Passes * Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stott attended the funeral Saturday of M|». W. J. Slinker of Shenandoah. I he sunken farmed in this vicinity about 17 years ago. Harold Slmker (a son) and children of Detroit, attended the funeral and visited with the children's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stott. Hebron News Albin Nelson Is picking corn for Ernest Christ at the present time. Will Franke and Olaf Fjetland drove to Mankato last Saturday on some business. Mrs. Oscar Frandie. Berdean and Thelrna attended the P. T. A. meeting at Rake last Monday night. Oscar Frandle, Albert Kroach and Lewis Miller attended a soil conservation school held at Algona last Friday. Wm. Shirley, comity superintendent of Koa&uth schools visited district 1 in Hebron township last Tuesday. A large crowd attended the Art Fisher sale last Wednesday. He is leaving for the southern states because of his health. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hunter and Mrs. Gust Nelson of Suvens auto- ed to Lyle, Minn., lust Sunday and spent the day with Jake Masten. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl JJalverson, Arlet and Jerome and Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Matheson and family were Sunday dinner Hanson. guests of Enoch Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Archie 'Frandle and daughters were Friday •upper guests of Mr. and Mrs Otis Legriied. Mrs. Keterick, who lived two mlies west of Stevens passed away last Thursday at her home. She had gall .tone*. She leaves to mourn her husband and two children. Mr. and Mrs. LviraU Quam and family, Mra. Martin KaUestkd obd Mr*. Odin Engum and daughters of Frost spent Sunday nigtot at the Otis Mldthunes in honor of the twi-m' first birthday. evening at the Frank Sanftner home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel vls- ted from Tuesday until Thursday at the maternal Chrlstopherson home at Pequot, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and family and Mrs. Bessie Wescott of Ada, Minn., were dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the Fred Montgomery home in Blue Earth, giving at the following places Mr Dmsmore at his home in Fremont- Miss Gene Griffith at her home in Des Moines; Mr. Dougherty at his home in Fayette; Miss Zilk at her home in Ricevillc; Miss Lucille Byrum at Dubuque and Miss Mary Jane Lewis at her home in Lakota. Virginia Benton, Wesley, in Crash Wesley: Miss Virginia Benton returned to her school at Kalamazoo wher t <ihe is taking a course is occupational therapy, having spent the rnanksgivnig holidays with the home folks. While coming home Wednesday night, the <-ar in which -he was riding failed to make a turn at Dyersviile with the result the occupants were quite badly shook up but with no serious results. Virginia suffered a cut near one of her tyes and broke her glasses. The Misses Mildred and Audra Benton, of Ernrnetsburg and Algonu, also spent Thanksgiving here with their folks. spent the week end at the ome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. lenry Patter-on. Mrs. Tauten and the Misses Emma and LoiUfe Thavei entertained heir friend* at a whist party on Tue-day evening of this week. Mrs. Henry Kline was called to Graettinger last week to assist In caring for the new granddaughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sparks. The Rev. Carl Hammer was called to Spencer Monday to assist In the funeral services of a former member of his congregation. His wife accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ogren drove to Minneapolis Sunday with Mrs. Wickles and son and Mrs. Ever Iverson. The women are Mrs. Ogren's sisters. The women remained to visit Mr. Nelson, a brother. The Ogrens will drive up for them the latter part of the week. Mrs. Wickles and son are from Garnet, Kansas. Seneca Boys Win, Girls Lose, Ringsted Seneca: Thursday afternoon the Seneca boys and girls' basketball teams motored to Ringsted where they met the Ringsted teams. The Seneca girls were defeated by the Ringsted girls by a large margin. The Seneca boys again came out on top defeating the Ringsted boys by a score of 18 to 22. The Seneca girls' team was handicapped by the absence of Harriet Olsen, forward, who had her tonsils removed the previous Monday. The Seneca boys' team will meet the St. John's (Bancroft) boys at Seneca on Friday evening, Dec. 3. 3 Cases Scarlet Fever, Livermore Livermore: The third case of scar- itt fever is reported here, all being within one family, that of Allan Cameron. This time it is their oldest girl, Joy, who has it. The other two children, under school age, had fully recovered, and it was about to lift the quarantine when Joy came down with it. All three cases have been in mild form. TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Winter, daughter, Joann of Morris, Minn.. Junes Winter and daughter. Mra. W. J. I>unton visited Thurbday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allis Guernsey at Wloden. R H. Winter and Mr. Guernsey were boyhood frienda. George Sachau, accompanied by Miss Eleanor Intermill drove lo Waterloo Wednesday to bring home with them, Miss Annabel Sachau, who spent Thanksgiving at the parental John Sachau home. It is ru- raored that Ihe tirst named young couple stopped at the Little Brown Church. W'llium Peterson and family, Kl- iiier Petersen and family, Ernest Petersen and family, Henry Petersen and Mrs. Ruamus Petersen were Thanksgiving guesU at the home of Mrs. Ida Winkel at Algonu. George Peter-en and family were una.ble to attend b.caus v of the illness of Mr. Peteraeu. New Postal Clerk Titonka: Miss Minnie Kennedy is the holiday postal clerk at the post office beginning her work on Monday morning. I. NOTICE Tilt: IOWA STATE COM- To TI1K ClTIZl-JNS OF KoSdl'TH COI'NTV: Noiii..- la hereby given Iliat a net- II)'.i. f,,r u fianchlsu to erect, use ">"1 maintain |ioles, wires, tfuy wlrea, toweii,. cables, conduits .and other IIMUICS uinl appliances for Ihu pur- lione of conducting electricity for liKMIntf, power unit heating pur- liooi•« has been filed by the Interstate roller i;oiupany, Dubuiiue. Iowa. In the office of Hi.; Iowa Slate Coln- incice CommUslor; that said petition a»k» i|,« iigl.t tu construct, operate •i I'd maintain bald electric transmission lint: over, aluntc and acroas the (ollowliiK described public lands. I lyliivay.i, streams and private lands CiSOU vollsi UctslnnliiK at ihu Intersection of • in east ami west highway line anil ti.e etiol corporate limit of the town "I llunciofl, .<n tin- taut and west i ciitcr line nt Section Twenty-four i.ti. Township Nl<.el>'-cl«hl Ittii NorLI,. I'.angi- Twenty-nice t M) iv cat of ihu 5lh p. in.. Kossuth couil- iv, Iowa, theme cast on tsald highway one-fourth ("A I mile, thence .loutl on ihe highway on the east line of tuld .Section Twenty-four '.Mi one-fourth (>4) mile, Ihsr.ce east on 11,e highway across the .South half t.Stf) of Section Nineteen (ill) Township Ninety-tight (91) North, Itange Twenty-eight (28) f tho Gtli u. m.. ono (I) mile, north on tho highway on the cast line of said Section Nineteen (1»| one-fourth ( K ) mile. Ihe Jowa State Commerce Commission has filled the fourteenth illth) day of December. 1937, ti-n MO) o'clock a in.. In Its office at Den Moines. Iowa, as the time and place for hearing said petition. Any objections to ihe granting of such fiuiH'hlse must be Ir writing ami ttle.l In triplicate with this Cnnt- iiilsslon at leant flve ICI days before dale of lifarlnic Tl u Iowa State < omeree Commission sugtfegls that the obpec tor be represented at the hearnlg by sumeunu who lias full althorlty to att for It. Dated at Den Moinea, Iowa November. 10. 1937. IOWA STATIC COMMEIU'K COMMIHH/ON A it.«t J J. LYNCH. Kile KSiilC Secretary 47-48 weht ".hi-ll mand spent Thanksgiving day at Humboldt attending a family rcun ion at the home of Mr. Inlormill sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hughes o Afton came Thanksgiving Day t spend a week at the home of thel daughter, Mrs. Lewis C. Heifne and family. James Winter, Mrs. W. J. Den ton. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Winter daughter Joann were Thursday eve ning guests at the Allie Guernsey home at Woden. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Winter, and daughter, Joann of Morris. Minn, were Thanksgiving guests of Mr Winter's father, James WJnter, at the Denton home. Beryl, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs Amos Bonacker, has been quite sick the past week, suffeirg with pleurisy and will be compelled to remain In bed two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff en- tertaJned Mrs. Marie Sathoff and daughter, Miss Genesee, John Swanson and other relatives of Mrs. Sathoff, Jr., from Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Helfner and family of Woden spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Emma Heifncr. Mr. Helfner has been ill for several weeks, but has recovered nicely now having returned about ten days ago from the hospital at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bonacker and daughters, Beth and Diane of Reinbeck were Thanksgiving guest* of their mother, Mra. Carrie Bonacker and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bonacker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bonacker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard and twins and their many other relatives and friends here. CLAIM DEED TO THE INDE PENDENT SCHOOL DISTRIC OP ALOONA, IOWA, THAT PART OP THE STREET AND ALLEY VACATED BY THIS OR DINANCE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE ClTV COUNCIL OP THE CITY OP AL GONA, IOWA: Section One. That all that part of the street located between Block Eighty-three (83) and Block Elgh ty-four (84) of the original plat o Algona, Iowa, more particularly described and bound as follows: Commencing at the northwest corner of Block Eighty- three (83) of the original plat of the City of Algona. Iowa, thence West to the Northeast corner of Block Eighty-four (84) of the original plat of the Cit.v of Algona, Iowa, thence South along the East side of said Block Eighty-four (84) to the Southeast corner of Block Eighty-four (84) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, thence East along the North side of North Street to the Southwest corner of said Block Eighty-three (83) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, thence North along the West line of said Block Eighty-three (83) to the point of beginning, e and the same is hereby vacated. Section Two. That all that part f the alley lying between Lots (3) nd Four (4) and Five (5) and Six .\OTIfE OF KXPIKATIO.N OK TIMK KOK IIKDKMITIO* FIKOM TAX HAI.K TO JANI-: GKKY DAVIS AND KUAN- CIS UHADMCY: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 7th day of Dec- iiititT, A. D., 1936. the then Treasurer ,f Kosauth County. M. J. Duffy, at he regular Tax Kale held at the Court House In said County on t,an date, Hold at Scavenger Tax Hale jiur- MUant to .Section 7:.'5."i of the Code of ,wa of 1930. the follow!] < dc.srrlh- I real eHtate, situated In County of KobHuth and State of Iowa, towlt: Lot Twelve (12( In Illock Four <4> of the Original 1'lat of Han- croft, Iowa, (o Flora Mae Uradley, Uancroft. Iowa, for the delinquent taxes for the years 1933, 1934 and 1935, which were, then pasu due, dcl!ni|uent, and a lien thereon. That there wan IB- sued to the said Flora M,ie lira,II, by the said Treasurer of Koiiuth county, l.iwa. a Tax Sale iVnitiia. of 1'urchaae at Scavenger's .Sale therefor. That on or about th« 28th day of October. 1937. for valuable con»id.-i iitlon, Ihe halil Flora ilae liradlcv duly assigned, conveyed, transferred and Bet over said Ta* Hale (Vrtlllcate of. I'urchasu to M. K Hainan! „ Alguna. Iowa, who U now thu lawful owner and holder of said Tax Sal.,- Certificate of l'u,.ha»e That the rlKhtH of redemptloi; from »ald fa* hale will expire and a Tax Deed under such Certificate will be made by the Treasurer of K..»»ulh i-oun- ty, Iowa conevying said real f state as jirovlded by law. urilenu rederni,- tlon IH made therefrom within nlnt-- '|J'*",']jiV' 1 * *''* ( ' ay "' November, Lawful fiwner and Holder of ' Hald CertJMcate 45-16--<7 (6) of Block Eighty-three (83) of the original plat of the City of Al- Kona, Iowa, more particularly described and bounded as follows: Commencing at the Southeast corner of Lot Three <3) of said Block Eighty-three (83) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, thence West to the Southwest corner.of Lot Pour (4) of said BlocK Eighty- three (83) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, thence South to the Northwest corner of Lot Five (5) of said Block Eighty-three (83) of the original plat of the City of Al- goha, Iowa, thence Eaet to the Northeast corner of Lot Six (6) of said Block Eighty-three (83) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, thence North to the point of beginning, be and the same is hereby vacated Section Three. That the Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, be, nd he is, hereby authorized and mpowered to convey to The Inde- endent School District of Algona, owa, by Quit Claim Deed all the Ight, title and Interest of the 'Ity of Algona, Iowa, In and to the treet located between said Blocks Eighty-three (83) and Eighty-four 34) of the original plat of the City f Algona, Iowa, and the alley lo- ated between Lots Three (3) and our (4) and Five (5) and Six (6) Block Eighty-three (83) of the rlglnal plat of the City of Algona, owa, vacated by this ordinance nd more particularly described nd bounded In Sections One and wo of this ordinance. Section Four. That this ordl- ance shall be In full force and ef- ect from and after Its passage and publication as provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, this 26th day of November, 1937. ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved by me this 26th day of November, 1937. C. P. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of 4dgon«, Iowa. OBDnrAtfCK 50. 888 AN ORDINANCE VACATING THE ALLEY BETWEEN LOTS ONE (1) AND TWO (2) AND SEVEN (7) AND EIGHT (8) OP BLOCK EIGHTY-THREE (83) OP THE ORIGINAL PLAT OP ALGONA, IOWA, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OP THE CITY OP ALGONA, IOWA, TO CONVEY BT QUIT CLAIM DEED TO KATHERINE WERNERT THE INTEREST OP THE CITY OP ALGONA, IOWA, IN THE NORTH HALF (N&) OP THE ALLEY SO VACATED. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE C|TY COUNCIL OP THE CITY OP ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That all that part f the alley lying between Lots One (1) and Two (2) and Seven 7) and Eight (8) of Block Elghty- hree (83) of the original plat of lie City of Algona, Iowa, be and he same Is hereby vacated. Section Two. That the Mayor of he City of Algona, Iowa, be and he s hereby authorized and empow- red to convey to Katherlne Wer- ert by Quit Claim Deed all the Ight, title and Interest of the Ity of Algona, Iowa, in and to the 'orth Half (N%) of said alley va- ated by this ordinance more par- cularly described as follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of Lot One (1) of Block Eighty-three (83) of the original plat of Algona, Iowa, thence West along the South line of Lots One (1) and Two (2) of said Block to the southwest corner of Lot Two (2) of Block Eighty-three (83) of the original plat of Algona, Iowa, thence South eight feet, thentfe * due East to a ndlttl eight fWt Sotith of'the southeast corner of aald Lot One (i), thence North to the point of beginning. Section Three. That the Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and he Is hereby authorized and empowered to convey to the City ot Algona, Iowa, the South Half (SH) of said alley vacated by this ordinance more particularly described i as commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot Eight (8) of Block Eighty-three (83) of the, original plat of Algona, Iowa, thence due West along the North line of Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8) of said ; Block Eighty-three (83) to the , Northwest corner of Lot Seven (7) of said Block, thence due North eight feet, thence due East to a point eight feet South of the Southeast, corner of said Lot One (1) of said Block Eighty-three (83), thence South to the point of beginning being the South Half (S%) of the alley vacated by this ordinance. Section Four. That this ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after Its passage and publication «s provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 26th day of November, 1937. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona. Iowa. Approved by me this 26th day of November, 19S7. C. P. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. Notice of Probate of Will In District Court November Term 1937 STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, us. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jerry Helgeni, Deceased, dated November 9. 1923 and codicil attached thereto dated November 19 1923 having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 28th day of December, 1937, is fixed for hearing prcof 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 as and for the last Wiill and Testament of gaid deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November , 1937. KATHARINE Me EVOY Clerk of Di»trict Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Harrington & Lowe, attys. 49-H OUIUNANCE NO. .51 AN ORDINANCE VACATING THE STREET BETWEEN BLOCKS EIGHTY - THREE (88) AND EIGHTY-KOUR (81) O F THE ORIGINAL PLAT OK ALGONA IOWA, AND THE ALLEY BETWEEN IX)TS THREE (3) AND FOUR (4) ANL» FIVE (5) AND SIX (6J OF BLOCK EIGHTY- TJrUU-£ (83) OF THE ORIGINAL PLAT OF ALGONA, IOWA, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, TO CONVEY BY QUIT Your Christmas Store K. D. JAMES Only 19 days till Christmas, but stocks are still filled at your Christmas Store. We have added to replace articles already sold. But hurry in now while all lines are complete. You get the choice of all that is best here at James's. Fiesta Ware —brings distinctive individuality to your table. Five colors to choose from—red, green, blue, ivory, and yellow. We have a complete stock of Fiesta, ranging from Coffee Pots and Tea Pots to Cups, Saucers, Plates, and Candleholders — £ moderately priced. COCKTAIL SETS Lovely blue glass cock<tall shakers at $1.50 Holy Poly Glares to Match at 20c each Sparklet syphon bottles Beautiful glasses, tray, and ice bowl make the set complete for only Chromium cocktail set, complete with shaker, 8 glasses i and tray at ______ $6.00 ', and Ice $8.45 , complete $11.50 Gift Candy We have loads of the most popular brands of gift candy, such as Gales, Joan Manning, and Goeblin you have ever seen. They are very tasty! 'N'uff said- Everyone appreciates a lovely box of candy priced from m 39c TO $5.00 Electric Clocks We have some beautiful black ( Telecbron electric clocks at < And ivory Telechron electric clocks at One of these would please every member of your family. A Few of the Hundreds of Gift Items Displayed Here at Special f Prices } STATIONERY Arlelgh Fabric, crushed bond finish, 72 sheets, SO enrelopes. his week special price 59c CANDY 1 Ib. Vlneeat'B Cnoeo- lutes 49c Perfumes and Cosmetics We have the exclusive agency for Cara Nome, Shari, Adriene and Wrisley line of cosmetics complete in every way, packed beautifully and will please most any girl. Speaking of perfumes, colognes and toilet waters — come and see! 1 lb. Llggett's Chocolates 59c Leather Goods SPECIAL All Leather Bill Folds 49c Others at $1.00, $1.50, $2 $3.00, $5.00 ^^ ^ M ^^ * TOILET SE;TS Specially Priced Toilet Sets Latest designs $3,29 $5.50 $8.50 Christmas Cards The most exclaalre line of wonderful Christmas cards. All from the home of B*gf« and Hallmark. Shaving Sets Always acceptable by the men folks. Priced at 59c, 69c, $1.19 $2.50 CIGARS AND CIGARETTES All In gift boxes. Moderately priced Manicure Sets Small ones at 59c Others at $1.19 $1.49 $1.89 i i K. D. JAMES Your Christm* Stoir* TOILETRIES All the leading brands of fine Toiletries IB handsome gift p*«k«f«» — prieod from Parker Vgcunuuter Fountain Peru BtsiltfBj te t» at 15.00 $7.50 $10

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