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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 9,1987 ,.„„ ,. ._ - -~ = _^_^ 1 S^-^^» J —•.... **—**iiimiii^**^^^i*ji**iMi*miilBlffHllffRI*0******* lltll f1B l **^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~ Good Turnout at Titonka Banquf t For Fathers-Sons Titonka: A Fathers and Sons banquet wag hela Thursday evening In the basement of the M. E. church. A fin* program was presented and the banquet was served by the M. B. Ladles' Aid society. Committees sold tickets and there was a larae attendance. .°;J? - SIack ' form "Iy a resident of Titonka, and manager of the Farmers' Elevator, after an absence of three years came from Deer River, Minn., to spend some time with his daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Bufflngton and to get acquainted with his young grandson. Mr. Slack has been acting in the capacity of guide on the lakes during his absence from here Neal Slack, his son, is In the navy Mrs. Hugo inauistlch attended the shower given in honor of Mrs. Walter Bell at the home of Wm. Bell, West Bend, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Elmers home in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl \Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Zumach home. LuVerne Club Ballot Lu Verne: The Lu Verne Community Club will meet Monday evening with ekctlon of officers as the most * • - —' — ••• ....V. »i<»vj WILII cn.ji.-iiim ui uuic-cra ua i* and stationed at San Diego, important item of business. RIVERDALECLUB ANNUALBANQUET Friendly Hour Group at Behrends Home; 40 Were Present Jrtfngton: The Friendly Hour club of Riverdale township held Its annual banquet last Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, the husbands of the club members being the ladies' guests. There were about 40 present. The afternoon was spent at playing games. Mrs. Vern Barker is the club president. Reproductions of The World's Most Famous Pictures.... What Better Xmas Gift Could One Offer? We arc happy to announce that we have just received a special holiday consignment of pictures to be found exclusively in our studio. Space will not permit us to tell all there is to say about these wonderful paintings, etchings and reproductions, but we invite you to conic in, sec them, and judge for yourself. PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE Brown's Studio (Located Over The Algona Upper Des Monies Office) ALGONA, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins and family for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hahle of Norman Schultz, Whittemore, Host - To 11 Schoolmates Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schultz entertained 11 schoolmates Sunday at a 12 o'clock dinner in honor of their son, Norman's 13th birthday. The afternoon was spent at games. Those who were present were Efenora and Raymond Voigt, Kathleen and Donald Maahs, Wayne Gade, Raymond Meyer, Eldora and Elmer Maahs, Alvin Meyer, Ella Braatz and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward of Good Hope and Edna and Elaine Schultz. About Town Say* Titonka recently moved in with Mr Hahle's father in Irvlngton. Another son of Mr. Hahle held a farm sale last Wednesday just north of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday honoring the birthdays of Mrs. J. F Schoby and Mrs. J. M. Cox. Other guests present were John Cox anc Mr. and Mrs. v Earl Miller and family of Burt. x The timber road from Irvlngton to Algona was opened last Monday to traffic after being closed for several weeks, due to building a new Iron bridge over Purcell creek. The bridge Is somewhat wider than the old one as also Is the approach go- Ing onto the bridge. Invitations have been issued for a shower Saturday afternoon at the local church honoring Katherine Schultz Harris, whose marriage occurred recently. The local Aid society is sponsoring the affair with Mrs. George Johnson as chairman of the program for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown accompanied Lorraine Thomas, Patricia Matern, Lois Barr, Ella Mae Harr and Stella Mae Mayer to the county 4-H girls' club banquet at Burt last Monday evening. The girls gave a short play as their part of the program. At the regular monthly meeting held last wcel< with Jean Clayton, officers elected for the ensuing year were: president Ella Mae Harr; secretary, Patricia Matern and treasurer, Lorraine Thomas. Dorothy King will be hostess to the girls for their Christmas party on Dec. 20. The next regular meeting will be held with Alice Sparks at Hobarton. Mrs. Herman Dau Takes Treatments Union: Mrs. Herman Dau left over a week ago for Nevada, lown, where she is taking treatments and salt ba'ths. She had not been enjoying the best of health but Is being greatly benefltted by the treatments and hopes \,o return soon. Her daughter, Lois, Mrs. Bob Brayton and husband, are caring for the Dau farm during their absence. Mr. Dau, who has been with his wife, will leave for a few days visit with his daughter, Mrs. Ralph Jones in Des Moines. New Rink at Wesley in Use Wesley: The town council and officials have busied themselves the past several weeks In preparation of a piece of ground about 80x150 feet directly west of the A. L. Kleinpeter residence and south of the power house, and have flooded it from time to time with water which for the first time froze over Saturday night. Already children of the town were busy Sunday morn- Ing making use of the new play ground, which undoubtedly will from time to time be the most popular rendezvous for children in the town. Girl for Former Esther Madson Good Hope: A card from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Derscheid, Eagle Grove, announces the arrival on Dec. 2. of a 6 '4 pound girl, Margaret Alice. Mrs. Dwscheid was the former Esther Madson. Her sister Martha, who has been at Good Hope parsonage for several months past is with her for a few weeks. 'From John" LEDYARD NEWS , . Pleasedjindeed— RAGTIME Chocolates The feature of Our Candy Lusby's Mrs. Lawrence Mayne has been ill the past week and confined to her bed. The junior Epworth League met at the home of Marvel Halverson Sunday evening. Patty Matzener entertained several friends Thursday in honor of her eighth birthday. Mrs. Edward Halverson 'visited her mother, Mrs. Kallestedt, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Odin Eng urn near Rake Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zielske and children, and Mr. Haggc and Alice were Sunday guests at the Hans Hendrlckson home at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson and son of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Long of Lone Rock were guests Sunday at the Asa Warner home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby at the. Otto Rlchter home near Elat the Otot Richter home near Elmore on Friday, the occasion being Marvin Richter's fourth birthday. Plans are being made for the | Christmas program at the Moth- I odifit Sunday School. Mrs. Aielt Troff is chairman, and the various Sunday School teachers are her assistants. Mrs. Harriett Matzener entertained at supper Monday evening. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilferty, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Behse, Mr. - and Mrs. Max Nitz, Phyllis Torgerson and Harold Herzog. Attention is 'again called to the bazaar and sale of fancy ham work and baked goods which wil be held by the Good Hope Ladies Aid at the Setchell millinary stor in Algona on Saturday of this week Sale starts about ten o'clock. Bob Vlnwnt plans to save himself much work this winter. A roll of snow fence protects the long sidewalk from the street to the front steps at the Kossuth hospital. It wan bitter cold for the fox hunt Sunday but brave sportsmen turned out. An angle, new at least to some, of the hunt was that a part of the hunters hung their guns in the bent forearm and walked backwards, shielding the heads with a turned up collar and trusting the shouts of their comrades' when a chase appeared. Alcohol for the radiator sells for 20 cents a quart at some places. If the user buys one quart it is 20 cents and one cent tax. Two quarts cost 40 cents and two cents tax, etc. on up. Why paw five cents on the dollar? Oil costs a penny a quart tax. Theatre tickets a cent per. Is this sales tax? Are these items exempt from sales tax? Where will we find out? • • * Chris \Valltikalt sat in back of he Council Oak store adjusting othes on baby dolls for Christmas, hris had just finished washing the ude bodies and was putting or at- impting to put on the first wearing pparel, the diapers. He couldn't o It. Help was called. Chris had Is first (?) lesson. Stopped on the street the other ay, a question was asked by a well ead man. "Why were the Lind- berghs permitted to enter this ountry without the usual formal- ties of having their baggage in- pected?" If so, don't know. The Doint is this: too many folks remem- er and dislike past performances f tlTe Lindberghs. * • • Paul Borgpr has a new coaching ob. No, he is not leaving Algona. The new task is a sideline and con- jcrns a pipe and his English bull Pnul is teaching the bulldog to holt! he pipe in his mouth when request- id. There shall be no smoke, however, and the feat is attractive. Once upon a time we went to school and also Sunday Schoo (that's right) and learned or was tnught that killing a man in these United States was a criminal of fcnse. But as we get older we fim this teaching was wrong or w learned wrongly. Now It comes tt pass that millions of dollars ar being spent In an extra session o Grant School Xmas Program Scheduled For December 16th Grnnt: The grndc children of Grant Consolidated, will present their Christmas program next Thursday. Dec. 1<Uh, in the school auditorium, at 8 p. m. In the cast nrc the following: Toy soldiers Vornon Rirhnrdson. Martin Berhow. Dean Speielier, Gene Tokhelm, Donald Mino. Donald Wentworth. Paul Johnson, Darold Gabel. Wayne Christophel. Robert Quam and Leroy Richardson. Dolls -Ruth Johnson. Ruth Bcr- how, Jpnn Waterbury. Betty Boev- cr. Betty Ann Selherp. Violet Mino, Patsy Hamand. Mavis EnR- strom. Elna Poderson. Lois Waterbury, Rnmona Sclberg. Wanda Patterson, Dnnnn Mae Jacobs nnd Lois Steenhard. Christmas carols will be presented by Elnn. Margaret, Mary and Helen Pcderson. An operetta, "Joke on Santn." will be presented with a cast Including Morris Drew. Naomi Speicher, John Drew. Marian Barger, Etna Pederson. Ramona Selberpr. Lucille Magnuson. Violet Mino. Wan da Patterson, Margaret Pederson Sylvia Cnssem. Mary Catherine Al len and Luetta Engstrom. Other numbers are also Included on the program: there will be n admission charge. Anderson's Genuine Jellico Coal When Better Coal I» Mined, We Will Sell It Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 57 at LuVerne Presbyterian Rally LuVerne: Fifty-seven young pco pie were present Monday evenln when the local Presbyterian enure was host church to a young'p'e'ople study group from the churche-j a Pocnhontas, Plover, West Bend Rolfe, Ottosen, Rodman, I ivcrmor and LuVerne. Classes were hel the first part of the evening at th church after which the group as tomblcd at the community ha" tor a social hour and rcfrc.-ihn'.cr.t^ These meetings are hel.l the firs Mondnv of each month. congress wrangling over, a law t make illegal, gang lynchings. killings callec 80 at Shower For Mrs. Kueck Lone Rock: A miscellaneous ihowcr was held Friday afternoon for Mrs. Maynard Kueck, nee Lu- < cille Nelson at the home of Mrs.' *ucck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson. Approximately 80 attended. Lunch was served by the following hostesses, Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Mrs. S. M. Orvick nnd daughter. Myrtle, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. George Long, Mrs. J. T. Cherland, daughter, Ruby, Viola Blerlc, Mrs. Walter Thompson, Ruby Kueck and Mrs. Alton Hurlburt. Whittemore. Read The Want Ads—It Pays CLEARLY BLURRED? Grant Seconds Beat Swea City Grant: The Grant basketball teams won two games from Swea City last Friday evening on the home floor. The high school team defeated the Swea City second team, 26 to 2, and the junior high team defeated Swea City junior high by a score of 11 to 8. Indirectly conies news that a man with lots of money would like to perpetuate his name by buying the land south of town on either side of the Call road and make a lake. The man, a former Algonlan, Is aaid to have an inveatlgator working on the Idea. A plan of thl» magnitude should be encouraged. • « • It scorns Impossible—one could live without a newspaper, so faithful arc they. Our faith is ebbing since the Advance item Tuesday rend, "No Shopper was Issued last Saturday." Having seen none a treat was wagered on the paper's "knowing it's own business." Copies of the Saturday Shopper were produced as proof of a loss. (Editor's note—The Advance referred to Thanksgiving week). * • » If you like beauty, take u Jaunt down cast State street, turn around and look. Amazing isn't it? The street decoration, the neon signs, the lighted store windows. It's your town. Feel proud of It. Announcement TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC Coal Arriving Daily at Our New Yard in Algona, Situated at Milwaukee Depot. By the Middle of the Coming Week We Will Have a Complete Stock on Hand. €>UR PHONE NUMBER IS 234 Raesly Lumber Co. Mel B. Griffin, Mgr. At Kanawha Rites LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. John Kuh- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kubly and Mrs. H. T. Blumer attended funeral services for a friend, a Mrs. Curr, at Kanawha, Friday. Swea Luther League Votes on Officers Swea City: Luther League met last Thursday evening and elected officers for the coming year as follows: President, Walter Ogren; vice president, Lyle Skromme; secretary, Walter Peterson; treasurer, Martin Holcomb; pianists, Ruth Anderson and Mavis Swanson; program committee, Arlene Rystad, Mavis Swanson and Carl Drew. The youngster who cannot sec well misses the instructions on the blackboard and the lessons in his reader. He strains his eyes to grasp the meaning of blurred, indistinct numbers and svords ... or gives up. He docs not know that they look different to other eyes . normal eyes. Check up on your child's eyes ... today ... through a complete examination by a »kul ed re/ractionist. A. W. Amunson Optometrist Over Borchardts We Acknowledge and Appreciate the Splendid Reception to the Two New Ford V-8 Cars For 1938 Now on Display at Our Showroom It' you h:\ve lint, ns yet, seen these unsurpassed H cylinder cars, we urge you to do so as soon as possible-. Kent Motor Co. Algona, Iowa MUTIC'K OK ASSKSSMKXT I-'OH Nt'HKACIMi 8HCOMIAU1 IIOAIJ UISTHU'T .NO. 4i:l Notice la hereby Blven to all person* whose name* appear In Hi,within schedule Unit tilt-re has been Hlcil In the olllce "f Hit- County Aud- llur of Kossulh I'uuiily, luwu, u report cpf the Utrnnl <>f Apportionment tillOWlnl; H e spel'lal assessment proposed 111 be leVll-ll Oil all |IUI1.S .111.1 latrirl No SHVi parcels or real eslate Included within Secondary Itnad which schedule of proposed 1 assessment is as follows: Suli'-l)lvl*lon See. Twp. ling. AcresName of the iiwiu-r NK'i NKli li» 94 -'•» 40 It. 1, & Mary .1 Kulilman VVIM. Nioi ' It. U & Mary .1. Kuhlman . NK',i .' l!. I.. & Mary .1. Kulilman NK'.i " I- & Mary J. Kuhlman NKU SK>4 ...'." ' Mary Kliseli NW Vi SB 14 Mary Klrseh SB14 .... " " " Mary Klrseh SKU ' Mary Klrseh NW14 . . . . JO " " " James JtedlliK NW14 .... " " " " James Hedlng SK',4"NW>i James j'edlnn SW14 NW',; ' James Hedlng NWU SW14 Henry Tljllges NI-H4 S\V'4 Henry TMlges SKVi S\V1» .... " " " " Henry ThllKes 3\VU 8W& .... " " " " Henry Thllgea 4l:i. NK14 Assm t. ...$U .4 1 '•>-•' .-. KI.8- ... 9.57 13.47 7 an 1I.9S 1.1.47 . t8.« » 57 9 »5 13. 4 You and eaeh of you whose, names appear in the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the Hoard of Supervisors at their office In Algona, Iowa, on the 4th day of January 1938 at two o'clock 1*. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be Increased or may be adopted without further notice Unless you file written objjecllons to said report on or before noun of said day tie same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid In full without Interest if paid within twenty days from date the assessment Is confirmed. 1 laird at AlKona. Iowa, this 30lh day of November. 1»:!7. 49.50 K. H. KINSKV, County Auditor. NOTICE: OK EXIMIIATIO.N OF TISIB FOIl HEMKMITIOX I'HOM TAX HAI.K TO JANK GIUOY DAVIS AND FRANCIS BHAIJt.KY: You and each of you are. hereby notified that on II.e 7th day ut I >«-iv inlier, A. I).. 1936. the then Treaxur.-r of Koasuth Cminty, M. J. I>"ffy. »' Hie n-inilur Tax Sale held at tin- Court House In said County "» x:i, date sold at Scavenger Tax ."-ale pur- Biiant to .Section 7-'"i3 of the Code nl lowii ol liClii, Hie (i>ll»wir.K ileserlb- | e.l real etftate, situated In tounly f KosHtitli and .Slate of Iowa, to- Lot Twelve (11!) In lilot-k Four (ll of the Urltflnul 1'lat of Bancroft, dowa, , Floiu Mac Hnullcy, Ilancrof I. iwa, for the di-lllHIUclit lax.n !•" 11,e years I'J'.t'.t, 11K14 and 1'J^i. which Were then putt due, ilelln<|i'ent. ami Hen thereon. Tl.ut there wa.s n-- suc.l to Hut i-iild Flora Mile llradl. by the said Treasurer of Kossuth ui:ty, Iowa, a Tux Hale (Vimi-in ,,f I'urchase at Scavenger's Kali i lu-refor. That on or about the 28th day of October. 1937, for valuable coiinde: at Ion, the said Flora Mae Krai|U-> duly aSblKlied. conveyed, t ransferred and set over said Tax Sale (\-rliticale of Tuicliase to M. I'. HatSKaitt , AlKona. Iowa, who Is now Hie lawful owner and holder of said Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase. That the riKl.ls of redemption from said Tax Sale will expire and a Tax Heed under such Certificate will be made bv the Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, conveying said real e.slate as provided bv law. unless redemption Is made therefrom within nlm-- ly days from the completed service til thin Notice. Imted this 6th day of November A. D., 1937. It P. HAGGARD. . Lawful Owner and Holder of Said Certificate. 45-4H--4" For Your Gift Problems New Lamps with beautiful assortment shades. 79c $1.00-$L25 up OK ASSESSMUVr POH Nl : HPACIKU SKl'ONUAKV KOAU UISTIIICT NO. -IIHt Notice Is hereby given to all persons whosx- name* appear In the \vivh- In schedule Iliat there I as been Illed In tile office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, u report of the Hoard of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels or real estate Included within Secondary Hoad District No. 40li, which sche.l- of proposed assessment is as follows: ••••-- •• • ••-- Assm't i having been this day filed, opened • ••!! irl »nd read. Tuesdav. the 28th day of ul Sub-Division Notice of Probate of Will In District Court November Term, 1937 STATE3 OP IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That ar instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jerry Helgens, Deceased, dated November 9, 1923 and codicil attached thereto dated November 19, 1923. Every conceivable toy for a child's Merry Christmas Dionne Quins Aluminum Tov Set of Dishes, lar^e S'IKC 69c Dishes Sets, China, tflass and aluminum 25c up Trains 79c, $1.00, $1.69 Electric Trains $3.50 (lames of all kinds 10-25-49c Dolls in all price range lOcup Doll Cahs $1.98, $2.95, $3.95 Wagons 98c, $1.49 up Wheel Barrows 29c, 59c _25c- 98c Teddy Bears . Dogs 10c59c __ ___49c $1.00 __79c-$2.25 Chairs --Rocking chairs Set-. Twp. Un£ AcresName of the Owner ..33 84 27 40 Ku.i;ltab!c Life Assur. Sue. 34 11 Chas. Schipull " Mai 8. Marty- Mat S. Marty lii.ih " Mat 8. Marty 1514 " Mat a Marty 11.19 " Ohas. Schlpull l"..lt " PI as. Schipull 15.04 " A. A. Schipull 11.1» " A. A. SchJpull 10 7« " H. J. Hlnlz 1076 " H. J. Hlntz IB 54 " H. J. Hlntz 11.19 _.. „ " " H. J. HUUi 15.14 _ou and each of you whose names appear In the within schedule are hereby notified that salt] report will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In Algor.a, Iowa, on the 4th day of January. 1938. at two uclock P. U- At said hoard's any of the above apportionments may be Increased or m.w be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or In-fore nomi of uuld day Ire name will be presumed to have been conclusively waived All a»«eu»ments muy be paid Ir. full without Interest if paid within twenty day* from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 30th day of November. 1937. 49-60 c* • VIXJ«MV rvA E. 8. KINSEY, County Auditor. ,„ ,„ '.and read, Tuesday, the 28th day ir, n j December, 1937, is fixed for hearing i:i.r>4 I prcof of same at the Court House ir ' " 4 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 Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 27, 1637. KATHARINE Me EVOY Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Harrington & Lowe, attys. 49-51 Christmas Candies Fancy Cherries lb. 25c-29c Asstd. Chocolates lb. box 29c-47c Everything in the Fresh Chocolate Line Bulk Xmas Candies 2 Pounds 25c Stationery A gift package for every purse. 10c26c 49c Pictures A large variety from which choose 10c-15c-25c 49c 59c-98c to Beverage Sets Ideal tomato or orange juice sets. Six glasses and pitcher. Two styles of pitchers. $1.25 Decorative Items Artificial Xmas Trees 25c$1.00 CHRISTMAS CARDS 5 for 5c 2 for 5c Beautiful Boxed Cards 25c Electric Wreaths 25c Xmas Tree Lights Wreaths Window Candles Wrapping Paper Wrapj/iiitf Cord Christinas Decorations of all kinds for store or home. Hawcott & Ogg TilK \VONDKH STORE

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