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TUB of Kansas city, Kansas. •was a week end guest of Ousta Pat• tersom lived --_> was In . — Auners form- in Algona. t Mrs. John Weber and «..*'• , ,, Irvln St° n were Sunday •guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Groot• • «rs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Rolfe were Sunday guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen. The women are sisters. < ,,. M /; **V d , Mr »- W. J. Becker were Irl f £ , M u 8nd MrS ' J ' L ' Hnv - ••erly at their home In Wesley, Thurs- 'day evening. Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Wilson and 'daughter, Mrs. Vaughn Rising, -drove to Mason City Saturday, on a [pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Alwtn HuenhoW and family were guests of Mrs. «uen- hold's mother, Mrs. Wm. Alderks at Lakota, Sunday. 1M '- ftnd Mrs. Ed Clark of Detroit visited the former's mother, Mrs Jane Clark and sister, Mrs. H. E Morgan last week. Frank Clayberg of Orlnnell was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sprague. Mr. CWyberg Is the •father of the latter. Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., re•turned from the General hospital last week Tuesday after suffering from a streptococclc throat Infection. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck and sons, Michael and Stephen drove to Eagle Grove, Sunday, to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keneflck. John Caneslus Is 111 at his home •on South Wooster street following a stroke suffered some days ago He Is a brother of Edward Capestus, Al- •gona real estate man. Mrs, Wm. Dehnert returned on 'Sunday evening from Roche»ter, Minnesota, where she had been since Wednesday gohlg through the "Mayo brothers' clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker re•turned Sunday evening after spending the week end in Sioux City visiting the Roy Walkers, Norman's - :parents, and on business. Mrs. Jennie Breen and daughter, Stella Mae, spent the week end at Tltonka visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson. Mrs. Peterson Is another daughter of .Mrs. Breen. Eddie Miller, son of Mrs. Corn D. Miller, is traveling for the Cowan Building Sppiy Co. Mrs. Eddie Mill- «r is working part time In a beauty •shop In Garner, where she and Eddie are living. Mr, and Mrsv LeRoy Dale of 'Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, arrived 'Sunday morning and will visit during the remainder of the winter with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dale. James Mnrtagh and R. B. Waller •drove to Dea Moines, Sunday, whef'6' the latter attended a meeting of the Iowa Centennial Commission, and the former visited old acquaintances. They returned Sunday night sern n c °""«nnlon service at St. Thomas Episcopal church on Sunday morning at 8:00 church school at 10:00. . them located in Mexico City, where they expect to stay for Th , « u re i? olng; to California. They left shortly after the first of months F Pla " t0 be 8rone two — Josle McEvoy of Cherokee arrived last week for a visit until Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. J. McEvoy. She will go from here to EmmeUburg for a visit with other relatives before returnbur borne. Extended Run Tues. and Wed., Bob Burns in "Wells Fargo" Price* 10-860 Thurs. Thru Sat. Two Features 21c Top Bargains Always! The Navy takes a beating . . .try- Ing to tame these terrors! "SWING IT, SAILOR*" with Wallace Ford Ray Mayer babel Jewell A Grand National Picture Also serial "a o. s. Coast Guard" Second Feature DOOMED at SUNDOWN has been received by Ihe of Mrs. Edward Krist of Glendale, California, of the death of her husband, who died January 8. Mrs Krist will be remembered as Lucille Crose, who was married June 1, 1937. Mrs. George Newton and son, Rob «rt "t Ladysmlth, Wisconsin, and Mary and Gladys Schultz of Des Moines arrived Sunday, called by the illness of their father, Tom Schultz who Is seriously ill in the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beamish Sunday. Leon and Raymond Beamish are brothers and Mrs Stewart is their sister. Mrs. Ralph Miller arid niece, Donnabelle Merron, drove to Es- thervine, Sunday, and visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson, and brought Mary Thompson, niece of Mrs. Miller, home with them for a visit. Mrs. James Reid of Bartlesvllle, Oklahoma, has been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges, since the first of last week. Her husband is in the east on business. She plans to join hint Thursday on the return trip to their home. Leon Dehnert and Jack Hemphill took the former's sister, Florence, to Des Moines, Monday. Florence was to take a physical examination required for a civil service position. Florence has been notified to be ready for a civil service job to begin some time in February. On Wednesday at 12 o'clock at the Hotel Algona, there will be a luncheon meeting of all the McCorm- Ick-Deering dealers from Emmet, Winnebago and Kossuth counties. Mr. 1 Bredall, line blockfnnn, will pass on the Information he received at the sales school in Minneapolis week before last. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oodfredson drove to Lake Mills, Sunday, to get acquainted with a new grandson, born last week Tuesday. The baby's name is David Lee Samp and Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp. Mr. and Mrs. Godfredson also visited at the home of another son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark have rented the Myrtle Turnbaugh house in the southeast part of town and will move to Algona about February 1. They had a closing out sale a few weeks ago. It is understood that Mr. Clark plans to open a blacksmith shop. He had one here for many years on the corner west of the creamery. Charles Delbler, retired conductor on the Chicago, Northwestern railroad, left last week for Portland, Oregon, to visit his son, Charles. Mr. Delbler will travel on the coast, stopping In Los Angeles, and hi Hollywood, to visit Maurine Miller, daughter of Mrs. Cora D. Miller. Mr. and Mr*. Theo. Herb*t took the tatter's mother, Mrs. Josephine Southgate to Fort Dodge Sunday from where she went via bus to, Ames, and from Ames to Los Angeles, California, via train. Mrs.' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evan* were In Spencer Saturday on business. Ar F- L0veri "yer's brother, Will, or Marshalltown, was in town Friday. Miss Nellie Ward went to Bnrt Thursday to attend the funeral of W.E. Stahl on Frfday. Mrs. J. Gnnn of Iowa Falls was a guest of her niece, Mrs. John McDowell, Thursday. County Agent A. L. Brown spent Friday and Saturday at Spencer .it- tending the lamb show. Jlmmle Neville and wife drove to St. Paul Sunday to attend a sale. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Dan were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer at Whlt- tcmore. Sirs. O. R. Cook spent Thursday visiting her friend, Mrs. W. D Howie at the Howie home in Emmetsburg. j. J. DeGraw has been on the sick list since Christmas. Mrs. DeGraw has suffered with flu and after-effects. L. J. Nelson was a business caller in Humboldt on Thursday with David Beck, salesman for Harper- Mclntyre. Mrs. Joe Bloom and son, Dickie, arrived home Sunday from St. Paul, where they had been for two weeks visiting relatives of Mrs. Bloom. Mrs. Lyell Holmes arrived Friday night from Mitchell, South Dakota, to spend the week end with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. L Dale. „ Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown attended a 6:30 dinner and monthly meeting of county agents at the Garner hotel at Garner, Saturday evening. Mrs. J. Hawkins, who lives on a farm near Wesley, left on Thursday for Omaha to spend a week or ten days with her daughter, Helen, Mrs. Thowald Nelson. Mrs. Dora Fraser and Mrs. Walter Fraser will be hostesses at the meeting of St. Thomas Episcopal Guild on Thursday at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Walter Fraser. Mrs. Cora D. Miller's sistor, Mrs. Douglas Wildin of Crcsco townshlo, left last week for Laramie. Wyoming, to visit her sisters, Mrs. Fred Dunn and Mrs. Vern Sarchett. Sirs. Ben Ingebretaon and Mrs. William Dau drove to Swea City Friday and visited their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helmke and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ehlers. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and daughters, Ruth Ann. Rosemary, and Catherine were guests, Sunday, at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy at Whittemore. Mr. and Airs. A. L. Brovvn left today (Tuesday) to be in Dea Moines for a week attending the Farm Bureau Federation meetings. The meetings will be held In the Shrine Temple. Roy Hutiell, manager of the local McCormlck-Deering store, and D. J. Bredall, line blockman, drove to Mason City last Tuesday and experienced considerable difficulty In driving back through the storm. Raymond Thllges, accompanied by Mrs. Anton Weydert, Marie, Lor- c'ta and Rosanne Flsch. .tpent the week end with the girl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Flsch at Rochester, Minn. Mr. Fisch is there at j the St. Mary's hospital, and is slow ly improving. Jarne* Mnrtach U working In the Miss Kramer Weds AlphonseThilges Last week, In the. 8fc Joe news, we togret exceedingly that our headline, writer quoted Alvina Kramer an wedding Alphonse Berte. This WM an error, for which we are extremely sorry. Miss Kramer became the bride of Alphonse Thllges. We hope that the slip, which occurred In our own office, did not result In too much embarrassment to Mr. Berte, who Is a married man with a family, and a highly respected member of the St. Joe community. Raymond Beamish had the misfortune of having three ribs cracked, Wednesday night, while wrestling in the high school gym with Russell Banwart. Mr. Beamish travels for the Hoxie Fruit Company. The Rev. Oeo. Vance called a meeting of the boys' and girls',work committees of the Kiwanis and Rotary clubs and the Junior Chamber of Commerce last Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce office for the purpose of discussing with Jerry Patton, Y. M. C. A. secretary at Spencer, what could be done In the way of boys' and girls' work in Algona. It was decided to hold another meeting this coming Friday i:ight to which all local organizations interested In this work will be asked to send representatives). Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson returned Wednesday from a trip to San Antonio, Brownsville, and Corpus Christi, Texas. They were gone a little over two weeks. In San Antonio they visited Mrs. Johnson's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Vincent, and the latter accompanied them to the other points. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent are enjoying good health this winter. The Johnsons saw the Ogrens, the Frank Secleys, and the George Kanoufls. Mr. Ogren plays his daily golf unless the rains are too heavy. Rewrites Of News From Last Thursday' Kossuth County Advance P . fA - ,' for n nK"' Ck tt i Loa Ang ? lef) for two or three months, and go on | to Seattle to visit another daughter, ' Mrs. Don Thorpe, during the spring. R. F. Perry of thn Elk Cleaners has been traveling since the first of the year for his old firm, Keystone Ainlln & Chemical Co. of Chicago. He returned Friday from two weeks spent In Chicago, Wisconsin and Minneapolis and went out again Monday to Omaha and other western points. He plans to continue the saleswork until about the first of March when the company will break in a new man in this territory. SAVE Long's Bed Coupons Our new items will be on ahow in a few days. LONG'S Colwell Live Stock AUCTION SALE EVEEY FRIDAY Fair JhnundfcyUgona, Iowa Friday, Jam 21, 1938 Every week our Hale In larger and better, and what a crowd of people, not even utandlng room fo< all. We had an even balanced sale of hogs, »heep and cattle but Friday. We are expecting another nice run of live itock Friday. Already listed some good brood sows and a lot of »tock cattle, » nice pouy, a few work hone* and nonie feeding pig». Why not bring any stock you may have to nell to the sale, where you» neighbor bring* bin. He U Battttfled, you will be too. Alwayi plenty of buyer* prevent that awure* you of the market value a* it exbta each «ato day. We can sell more »tock each tale. We »U11 have, the buyer* with u* when we flnJ»h the tato. Bring hi your cattle that have been on feed, there will be plenty of competition on them. Sell either by the head or by weight WIIX HAVE A FEW WORK HOUSES H. M. Colwell, Mgr. low. Otto CMweH Br<M» Auota. Saturday with his wife and sister for an extended trip in the west and southwest. James has placed Kathryn Kelly In charge of his. office and is taking care of hU business after banking hour?. Cull Dickinson and Ruth Dickinson Hunter, children of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, and Mr. and Mrs. David Kricdlner of Des Moines drove to Algona, Friday, to attend the funeral of Archie Hutchison. Mrs. Kruiiliner, the former Florence C'owles, is a niece of Mrs. Hutchison. IJijtli remained and spent the week end at the home of her parents. Dr. und MTU. J. O. F. I'rlce, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Fox, Dr. ami Mrs. Julius Winkel, and Dr. H. R. Gibson of Algona, and Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter of Burt will attend the SOth annual meeting of the Iowa Veterinary-Medicine Association in Dts Moines, Wednesday, Thursday und Friday. The convention will be held at Hotel Fort Des Moines. Friday evening, Mr*. Lucille Dillinger, deputy of the Algona Rebekah lodge and her installing officers, Mrs. Carrie Wright, Mrs. Esther Barton, Mrs. Mable Lund and Mrs. Bertha Spear drove to Wesley to install officers of the Wesley lodge in a joint installation with the Odd Fellows. Harvey Graham and his installing staff of Burt installed the Odd Fellow group. John Frankl nan cloved his house on his farm east of town and has taken a room in the home of M/. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Mrs. Frank) is at present in Boulder, Col-, orado, with the twins Harlan and Helen, who are attending college there. Delia Frankl is teaching at Laramie, Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Frankl are planning to take a trip south next month. Dorothy Hall, who has been taking care of A. L. Peterson the past few months, is expected back at the Peterson home today after a ten day stay at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hanselman, near LuVerne. She has been suffering with an infected wisdom tooth. Mrs. Webster Gillespie has been helping to care for Mr. Peterson since Thursday. Mr. Peterson eats well, and is gaining slowly, although still confined to bed. Mr*. Heinle Sourman and son, Jimmie, arrived at Glendale, Arli- ona, on Friday to spend several inonthsj for the benefit of Jlmmie's health. They have taken an apartment in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Paddock. Mrs. Paddock is the daughter, Gladys, of Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon of Algona. Mrs. Sour- man is the former Marjorie Staehlv, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staehle of Burt. Heine Sourman is athletic director in the CCC dnmp at Sigourney, Iowa. Philip Waltnian returned to Algona last Wednesday night from a visit to Welcome, Minnesota, at the home of his sou, Roy. Two weeks ago last Sunday Mr. Waltman's son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Faulkti, who have a variety store in Armstrong drove to Algona for their father and took bin to Minnesota, and Roy Waltman brought him back u far as Armstrong, from where he got a ride to Algona with John Laraon, candy lalenmau for the Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory. COUNTY ASSESSOR valuations for the coming year were announced at the annual meeting held in the court house, Tuesday, as follows: Colts, 1 year old $22 Colts, 2 years old 33 Horses, 3 yrs. or older 60 , Stallions as reported Mules, 1 year old 22 Mulea, 2 years old 33 Mules, 3 years old 60 Jacks as reported Feeder cattle (over 1,000 Ibs. at $3.50 per 100) Heifers, 1 year old 18 Heifers, 2 years old 33 COWS 25 Steers, 1 year old 22 Steers, 2 years old 28 Bulls as reported Swine, 9 mos. old 10 Sheep, 9 mos. old 2 Goats as reported Silver foxes 20 Gasoline, per gal 06 Fuel oil, per gal 04 Distillate, per gal 03 Lubricating oil, gal 18 Greases, per Ib .03 Aueuon wUl hue merchandise of the Invoice value. Assessors will also make only one trip to each place, and if owner or manager is not present, it will be his job to look up the assessor. KOSSUTH COUNTY Mutual FLre Insurance Ass'n held its annual meeting, Tuesday, at the Algona Legion hall. John Geishecker of LuVerne, was elected to succeed Nick Bormann, who recently moved out of the territory. O. L. Thorson of Swca City was elcted to succeed the late Edw. Droessler o? Bancroft. Only one change in officers was made. Jos. Hauptman. Wesley, was named to succeed Mr. Dropw.sler. H. J. Bode was roelected president, D. D. Paxson, secretary, Hugh Herman, treasurer, and D. J. Parsons, assistant secretary. Hugh Raney was reelectcd to the board of directors. Officers report 20 million of insurance now in force. Total losses paid in 1937 were $21,715.05. BUSINESS CHAN GES—B. E. Hilsteadt, who has been managing Cummlngs store here for several years, has taken a position with the Schall Candy Co., traveling out of Clinton. J. H. Hoppe, who has been appliance manager for the Pratt Electric Co., for several years, has taken a position with the General Electric Co. with territory including northern Iowa. The Hoppes will continue to live in Algona. * » • NATIONAL FARM LOAN AbSO- ciatlon held its annual meeting at :he Legion hall, Tuesday afternoon. Reports were given ty president W. H. Patterson, and H. D. Hutchlns, secretary. Five directors chosen were W. H. Patterson, Lakota: Charles C. Egel, Irvington; A. B. Schenck, Algona; Henry T. Weber, Jorwith; and George E. Sanders, Sir.itre. The directors named Mr. Patterson as president, Mr. Weber as vice president, H. D. Hutchins, secretary-treasurer and E. H. Hutchins, acting secretary-treasurer. Named to the loan committee were Herman Carlson, Wesley: J. W. Bollig, Fen ton; Jos. Besch, Whittemore; and Walter Brando w, Algona. TWO DAMAGE SUITS for $10,000 each were filed in district court, Tuesday, as a result of the fatal train-auto crash near Burt that took five lives. Mamie Schaumberg, administrator of the estate of Louis Sohaumberg, filed against Fred Richter, owner of the car. Fred's brother, Ervin, was driver of the car. Clorinda Curtis, administrator or' the Herbert Curtis estate, also filed again Richter. Both plaintiffs charge negligence on the pare of the driver of the machine. Trio Out of Frying Pan Into the Fire Three inmates of the county jail, serving time for writing checks that bounced, faced more trouble here today. New checks have been discovered, as worthless u the first, according to County Attorney L. A. Winkel, and the trio will be brought up when their terms expire, for further prosecution. Th* men Involved are Matt Hent- gea, Ernest V. Jone*, and Frank Wagner, all of Algona,. WAITING FOR WINNERS— Here's the reason why 232,056 tenpin artists from coast to coast are rolling high, wide and handsome in the $34,000 Bowling Swepestakes. Naomi Anderson (left) and DonnaiCrowley hold some of the "big money" checks waiting for high scorers at Chicago headquarters of the Sweepstakes which attracted more entrants than any other event in sports history. The minerallte balls and regulation shoes are part of the bowling equipment which are among the prizes awarded each week for 6 weeks in the Sweepstakes. Whittemore Lady At Washington, D. C. Mrs. R E. Woodward of Whittemore, left Saturday by train to attend a conference in Washington, D. C., on the causes and cure of war as one of the two Iowa delegates. This conference has been called by a group of national women's organizations. Two delegates have been sent from each state. Meetings are to be held all day every day from Monday to Friday in- Lodges Installed New Officers at Wesley on Friday Wesley:A joint meeting of the local Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges was held Friday evening with joint installation of new officers for both lodges. J. H. Graham and his staff from Burt and Lucille Deil- enger with her staff of Algona put on the work. The following persons were installed in the Rebekah lodge: Noble Grand, Amanda Nelson; Vice Grand, Lida Fischer; secretary, Olive Erdmann; treasurer, Florence Young; warden, Eva McCall; conductress, Mrs. Eunice Nelson; R. S. N. G., Amelia Johnson; R. S. V. G',, Myrtle Mullln; inner guard, Mrs. Bertha Knight; chaplain, Ethel Hutchison. In the Odd Fellows, the following were installed: Nbble Grand, Paul Friberg; Vic* Grand, Alfred Nelson; > secretary, Wallace Ben ton; treasurer. John Amesnury, and.war- den. Carl Franzen; chaplain; .Rev. A. Bottom. The group present numbered about 50 with out of town .visitors including the Mesdamei Sheldon, Chipman, Stewart, Vinaaa, McCauley, all of Burt, and Mrs. Esther Barton, Esther Lund and Mrs. Wright of Algona. Portland Clubs In Active Week Portland: The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday with Mrs. Wyott Stott Margaret Rthgsdorf. Election of officers was held as follows: president, LaVonne Rlngsdorf; vice president, Virginia Trenary; secretary-treasurer, Betty Stewart: reporter, Viola Trenary; historians, Kuth McFarland and Virginia Me- Whorter. Music memory practice was started and picture study be.<?un in addition to the regular buslnesa meeting. A delicious lunch was served. Tile next meeting will be with Darlcne and Iva Marie Brayton. Members missing more than (wo meetings between now and July will not receive n vacation trip to the lakes with the club. Irvington Bowlers Into Second Place Irvlngton's bowling team moved into second place in the standings at the Barry alleys, this week, with the Skelly boya still maintaining a nice lead, in first place. Standings as of Monday were as follows: Team W L Pet. Skelly ...:: 27 12 .692 Irvington 24 15 .815 Titonka 23 16 .589 Court House 22 17 .564 Phillips 22 17 .564 Wesley 21 18 .538 Burt 17 22 .436 Flowers 16 23 .410 LuVerne 14 25 .354 Jr. C. C 10 29 .256 As we recall it, the Junior Chamber had only won nine games up until a week ago, so they must have caught somebody in a bad moment Number of St. Joe Folks Are Moving St. Joe: The John Hammers recently moved to Irvington from the Hagllnd place, the Mike Kisches to the farm they purchased near Livermore, Tom Beckers to a farm near Ottosen and Cleve Stewarta to Algona. Raymond Thilges has rented the Stewart farm. Reiley Not Hiring Seed Company Help O. S. Relley, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, is being swamped with caHs from persons interested in obtaining work In the Pioneer Hybrid Seed Corn plant to be located here. Mr. Reiley has nothing to do with the hiring of folks for the plant, and suggests that those seeking employment either contact the company direct or see the Federal re- t-mployment agency here about the matter. The Pioneer Company offices are located at 1011 Locust Street, Des Moines. elusive, with talks by such authorities as ambassadors and economic specialists, with a great deal of emphasis on neutrality. Today, Tuesday, the delegates are being Announcement I will he a candidate for reelection in the coming election. Your support will he appreciated. Mrs. E. J. McEvoy Kossuth Clerk of District Court entertained at tea at th» ifftift* Rouse. Thursday evening a Mm* quet wlif be ieM & wnich Mr* Frankltn B. •WfcoiPNWt, <* «*rd Carrie Chapman Catt will speak. Announcement I wish to announce my eandid.iey for reflection to my present office as COUNTY TREASURER Your support in the primary and pen- oral election will he deeply appreciated. M. J. Duffy Announcement! The following take this opportunity of announcing that they will run for a SECOND TERM to the respective county offices as shown below. We have endeavored to do our utmost to properly and efficiently handle our offices. Your support of our candidacies will be sincerely appreciated. Casey Loss Sheriff E. S. Kinsey Auditor LA. Winkel v Kossuth County Attorney Axel Carlson Buys 160-Acre Burt Farm Wesley: Axel Carlson, farmer living north of Wesley, recently purchased a 160-acre farm east of Burt, four miles, from the Bankers' Life Insurance Compnay. The farm is improved and is the northwest quarter of Section 27 In Portland township. The Carlsons are not planning to occupy the place this year, having rented it for this season, and have for a number of years lived on the place north of Wesley known as the Clarence Ward farm. REMODELING RELINING REPAIRING Have your wnrk dou« early. (Sarments shortened and repaired. Clopton The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behliners illlllllllllillUllilllllllllillllilllllllllllilllllllM I NOTICE TO i I CAR OWNERS 1 J • M = The following rules and regulations regarding the registration time of li- S = censing, transfers, storage, and junking of motor vehicles will he in effect until = = further notice. E§ | 1938 LICENSE 55 1. Two months time will again he given to purchase your 1938 license £5 plates, thus giving time until February 1, 11)38, to secure your plates. After that as date one dollar, or 5 per cent penalty will he added each month until licensed. I TRANSFERS 55 Cars hearing 1937 license may be transferred by an individual to a dealer as during January for placement of that vehicle on the U. I), list, if on hand as of —B February 1, but transfers cannot be made by a dealer to an individual, nor from as an individual to an individual without 1938 registration. Otherwise all trans- — fens must be made before January 1, or new 1!*38 license be secured before trans- =5 fers can be made.^ I STORAGE S 1. Car owners wishing to store their cars for 11138 and avoid paying pen- aj ally, in the event they wish to license their car any time during 1938, may do so as by filing 4 storage affidavit, and returning the 1937 license plates to the county =s treasurer's office before February 1, 1938. \Ve cannot store junk cars until as plates are returned. H '2. Cars that were in storage before 1938 are still in storage and nothing SB will have to be done, as they will continue in storage until otherwise taken care =s of. == 3. Cars registered in 193tj and not properly stored before February 1, 1937, S mus t l> e charged full year fee and accrued penalties for 1937, before they can be = registered in 1938. ~ IT it is convenient for you to license your car early please do so, and help as avoid that last minute rush. 5E The above ruling applies to all cars, trucks, truck-tractors, trailers, and moss torcycles. 55 Dealers of used cars must file list with county treasurer of all sucii cars on as or before February 5, 1938. | M. J. DUFFY I Kossuth County Treasurer | ALGONA, IOWA I ^lllllllinilllllllllllllllltlllilllllllllllH

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