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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3,1938 BEEN PETERS WED TO JOHN RECKER, THUR. Burt: Mrs. Helen Peters was married Thursday, April 28, at 4:30 p. a. to John Recker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recker of Banrcoft. The ceremony was performed by Father Grady at the Bancroft Catholic rectory. Attendants were Betty Sheridan and Lawrence Becker. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. diaries Barrickman, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher and Mary Lee Peters. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride by Mrs. N. A. Whitehurst, Blue Earth. The groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recker, Bancroft, were also guests at the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Recker left Friday for Cedar Rapids, where they visited Mrs. Recker's aunt, Mrs. W. J. Easterly. Mr. Recker owns and operates a recreation parlor in Bancroft, but Mr. and Mrs. Recker will make their home In Burt. Mrs. Paul Moore returned home a week ago Sunday from Iowa City where she had a check-up at the University Hospital. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, brought her home. Rites Sunday for Mrs. Don Sinclair, West Bend Woman West Bend: Mrs. Don Sinclair passed away at her home here Friday afternoon, April 29 at four o'clock. She had been ill for more than two weeks, first with a heavy oold that developed into double pneumonia. Maude Sinclair was born Feb. 3 1880, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Acheson, pioneer resdients ol the community. She was educated in the rural schools and at Belmond where her parents resided for time. She worked in a printing office in Belmond and Grundy Center. She was married to Ernest Haughton, who was killed in France In 1018 She was united in marriage to Don Sinclair, May 13, 1931, at Storm Lake, Iowa, and established a home In West Bend, where they have since resided. She was a member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Sinclair is survived by her husband, two step-daughters, Phyllis of Palmer, Iowa, and Florence of Chicago; also two brothers, one living in Oregon nad one in South Dakota; two sisters, Mrs. Lydia Brookman and Mrs. Marge Boyd of Pocahontas, Iowa. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, conducted by Rev. Geo. R. McDowell, assisted by Rev. H. J. Noedlng, i On Used, Reconditioned TRUCKS Cut as Much as $100 a Truck 1933 Chev. Truck Long wheel base, equipped with dual wheels, good tires, motor goud. Can furnish grain box. Priced to move this ^155 week at only 1934 Dodge Truck Long wheel base, dual wheels, almost new tires. Motor overhauled and good clean job 5995 Priced to move tins week at 1936 Ford Truck \ Long wheel base, dual wheels, reconditioned motor; almost new tires. ^425 A real buy at only , 1937 Ford Truck Long wheel base, duals, four new "2x0, 10-ply tires on rear. This truck will uive thousands of miles of service with very little cost. Our price this week Commercial Cars 19:57 Ford Pickup, 14,000 miles, l.n.ks and runs like new, this week only ]{):>."> Chevrolet Panel, red, motor and transmission recently overhauled, a snap C Mn-t all makes and iiH'di-ls ]ir'n-cil A way liflnw tlicir actual vahu 1 . Sec R us tii-st — Laruvst Stuck, at prices S vni'll like. EASY TERMS WETRADE Kent Motor Co. Algona, Iowa ArWVWUWWi j: Colwell Live Stock AUCTION Fair Grounds Algona, Iowa Friday, May 6,1938 sAI.t tVKKV FRIDAY Our Auction still druu» the live stock and Im.vcrs. II;iJ a n-ul nice sail- last week, nearly ilK) hcaxl of cuttle from veal a(je on up to matured stock. One cur load of fat cattle which bold very gootl. We cull dispose of tut cattle us '.Mil as the other Kinds. Why? Because ue have packer lm>crs as well as ( hica^o and other market buyers aluays un-M-nt and the> K« the limit. A good place to come for cattle to put on pasture. \Ve ulna)* have a selection to choose (ruin. We also had u real nice lot of ^ood brood sous of the different breeds. Also a few horse-.. Bring in what you wish to ol and «ct their cash value. You will be another sutistieil customer. Have 45 bred evvc« and Z'J cue lainbs to sell at private treaty. Conn- in aJiJ have a look. Expecting uuuthcr larne sale this vv«k. Hore*-s for hale at all limes private. TtK.MS— I 'u*ll. Settlements promptly. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Iowa State Buuk, Clerk Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Irish setter puppies. 522 E. State St., or phone 199. IS SPOUTING SERVICE—Leaks Jn spouting, gutters, eaves, quickly re paired. Phone 83. We'll inspect and submit estimates. —George Holtzbauer. 18 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTENTION Safe driver rewards—our policy holders always save from 20 to 30% —Coast to Coast claim service non- restricted — standard coverages. Buy Standard Protection at lowest cost.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. LaBarre. 18-tf FOR SALE—Improved Kossuth Reliance corn, $2.25 per bushel and down.—Arthur L. Look, LuVerne, Iowa. 18-19-20* FOR SALE^A few bushels National Hybrid seed corn due to reduced corn acreage.—A. B. Schenck. 18* FOR SALE—931 Iowa Hybrid seed corn. State certified first generation. 98% germination. Edge drop, $5.90 per bushel, hill drop, $4 bushel.—M. A. Sorlein, Bode, la. 18-19* FOR SALE—Seed corn that will yield as much as any corn you cart buy at $1.60 and $1.75 bushel.—A. C. Carlisle. Whittemore. 18* FOR SALE—McCormlck'-Deer- ing two row cultivator.—McCorm- Ick-Deering Store, Algona. 18 FOR SALE—'34 V-8 Ford truck with grain box.—McCormick-Deer- ng Store, Algona. 18 FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering F-20 tractor.—McCormick-Deering store. Algona. 18 FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering 201 Farmall cultivator.—McCormick-Deering Store. Algona. 18 FOR SALE—Several good used corn planters.—McCormick-Decr- ng Store, Algona. 13 FOR SALE—Good John Deere ilanter. —McEnroe Bros. 18 FOR SALE—931 lovvn Hybrid seed corn. State certified. 98 r r jermination. Edge drop. $5.90 per Dushel.—M. A. Sorlein, Bode, Iowa. 18-19* FOR SALE—Large oak kitchen cabinet, kerosene range, ivory enamel built-in oven, both articles very good condition. Priced to sell. 717 Lucas St., phone 491-J. 18* KEYS—I make all kinds of automobile keys. 35c each or 2 for rule.— • VVellendorf Auto Repair. 16-17-18-19* ENLARGEMENT FREE—FTIms developed and printed for 30c and one free enlargement. Nine pictures for 30c.—Lusby'a. 14-31 velope of same material. Dropped between Marigold Shoppes and Call Theatre Wednesday evening. Return to Algona Upper Des Moines office for reward. 18 Wanted WANTED—Man with car to take over profitable nearby Rawleigh route. Established customers. Must be satisfied with earnings of $30 a week to start.—Rawleigh's, Dept. IAE-11-101, Freeport, 111. 18* CATTLE AND HORSES wanted for pasture. Finest cattle pasture in county. Running water, shade, and abundance of feed. This pasture has never been over-stocked. See, Fred Byson on farm or John P. Byson, Algona. 18 WANTED—Farm manager pos- itfon. Thoroughly experienced in dairy and poultry work, and power machinery. Good carpenter. Married, no children. Inquire this office. 18* WANTED—Good single man, by month.—Mike Loss, Algona. 18 FOR SALE Reid's yellow dent seed corn, $1.25 bushel.—Mike Loss, Algona. 19 WANTED—Load dried cobs.—S. H. McNutt, Phone 236-W. If WANTED—Plowing with tractors or farm work.—Arnold Schmidt, Algona. 17-18* WANTED—WOOL— Don't sell until you sen us. We deal direct with woolen mills and can pay you more money. Delivered or Picked Up on Your Farm. Honest weight and square deal always.—North Iowa Produce Co., Brltt, Iowa, phones 137 and 195. 17-18 WANTED—Auto loans, refinancing. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co., Algona. 15-tf WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf WANTED—We buy hides, see us first.—Joe Greenberg, Algona. 3-tf Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Oil brooder, used one season, 750 chick capacity.— Mrs. Wm. Champion, Irvington. 18* AUUNOtlNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for representative from Kossuth county subject to the will of the Republican voters at the June primary.—J. C. Skow. Wesley. 18* AXNOl'NCEJIENT I will be a candidate for republican nomination for county coroner on the republican ticket. In the June primary. Your support will be appreciated.—Leon M. Merrltt. 17-18 STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf For Rent FOR RENT-Good blue gritss pasture, flood water supply.—Geo. H. Johnson, Titnnkn. 18* FOR RENT-Timber pasture or will .stork by the month. —Albert Gould, phone 15-M, Burt. IS' AM ROUTING my registered sorrel roan Belgian stallion. Telephone 445. I will bring him to your barn - H. M. Colwell. ig-Mi I WISH TO ANNOUNCE my candidacy for the republican nomination for supervisor of the Second district in the June primaries.— Claude A. Samson. 16-22* ANNOt'NCE.MENT I am a candidate for County Supervisor of the Second District on the Republican ticket at the Juno primary. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated.—A. R Cruikshank. 12-19* Historical, Military Theme Used in Annual Junior-Senior Banquet, Lone Rock Classes Lone Rock: The junior and sen- oir banquet was held Friday evening at Emmetsburg. The following program was given: Welcome, Vernon HolHster; response, Marjorie Pettit; song, boys' quartette; speeches—Colonies and Military Roads, Arnold Reilly; Roman Society and Roman Family, Marian Jensen: talk, Marjorie Jensen; song, girls' quartette; Social Classes of Early Republic, Principal Fernau; Italy Under Roman Rule, Mavis Nyman: Roman Architecture, Jesse Blanchard; song, mixed oct- ette; . Roman Government, Betty Marlow; The Roman Army, Supt. V. V. Frye; song, all. "School Days". Mother, 2 Day Old Baby, Scarlet Fever Corwith-Fairview: Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Williams are the parents of a baby son born a week ago Saturday. This is their first child. The child weighed seven pounds. Mrs. Wiliams was formerly Fern Hilyard. When the baby was two days old, Mrs. Williams became ill with scarlet fever. Her condition was very serious for a few days but at last reports she was improving, but was not as yet out of danger. Whittemore Typists Win Novice Division Whittemore: The Presentation Academy typing contest team consisting of Ruth Fleming, Kathryn Rooney and Maurice Steler won first place in the novice division first year of typing contest held at Esthervllle. Ruth Fleming won high individual honors with an average of 54.5 words and only eight errors. Jail Break Caught D. W. Stephenson, who escaped from the Humboldt, Iowa, jail during visiting hours a few days ago, was found Sunday, hiding in an attic near Corwith. He was taken back to jail. 683 Corn Loans A total of 683 corn loans in Kossuth county have been made to date, and about $330,000 has been paid to Kossuth farmers on them. For Your Car A cheerful smile, a friendly grin Greet our customers when they drive in. Carroll Johnson--D-X gas and oil DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or tuhe. e-tf Lost-Found ANNOt'NCE.ArENT I will be a candidate for reelec- ticn as county supervisor from the second district. Your support will be greatly appreciated.—W. E. McDonald. 8-tf roiJTIC'AI, ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming primary election. Your support and help will be appreciated.—John Fraser. g-tf Official Notice UI:FOI:I: TIIK IOWA .STATK CO.M- MKKCI-: OJ.MM1.S.S1ON TU Tin: CITIXHN.S OF KO-SSUTH cueNTv: Notice is hereby given that 11 i>et- tioii for a to erect. use Mil Illtlllltuili poles, wires, t?uy wires. n\vers. cables. conduits und other xtures ami al'iiliituces fur the |uir- ,.i-e nf coniliietli.K i.-lecirk-lty for iKhUui;, u»i\ver anil healing vur- ,,,M-S tins I.e.-n Illeil by U.e liilcr- owa. in tin- ufTice of the Iowa ritate mmeri-e Commission; that hahl petition asks the riliht to construct. L-rute ami inaintain said electric ti ansmlssion lire over, ulonK and ai.-rosM I he following described public lands, highways, streams and l>rivatu lands. (2300 volts) Beginning at the Houtheast corner of the Northeast quarter (NEU) of .Section Fifteen Hi), Towimtilii Ninety-eight <9S). North. Kanffe Twer.ty-nfne (:.'U|, West of tl.e 5th p. in., Kiissuth County. Iowa, thence Houth on tlii' highway I'll tlie east line of Silbl ,-Vctliill Fifteen (Kil. one- half ('^i nille. thence east on the MtihWaV "II the X'HJth line nf Sci lion Fourteen 111), salil Tiiwiixlilii aid Kiiny, olle-fonrtli i '. i mile. Tin- I',\va Sl.iti- ('.iiuul.-ri'.. Com- iiii^b'ii bit* li\'d tli. i w.-ut v-fi.uir I | -' Hh i d.-iy ,,r Mn v. id:: v ten i |m <>'('!•" U a. in, in it* offire ut 11, s Mum, -. Iowa, iis thv time ami |>1,1- >• f.,r In .u INK Mild p. tlii,.n. Any ubi, I" ih.- franllns; nf <• ftanehl'e inu-l I,i- iti writing in 'I tiled In trlpln-iite \< iih ibis i .,-.i- Illl.-Hbill ill b;i^l tiv. l .'. I t\,i:-< before 'late "f l.i-.i i iiitr. Tli>- l'i\v;i Suit.- i 1 .,mm. r. .• < •.immi^^i.u, sui-k'ests thai Hie i.I.i. , lur be i,.|,r. -,.?n. d :it Hi,, heai-lm; bv '-..m. MI,.. \vl .1 fu iiiilb.ii itv 1.1 ii.'i f,,r it. ll.lle.l .11 lies M.,|,,.-S. Inu-il. AI..IM I'lWA STATI-: C Card of Thanks We to express our thanks iind appreciation for the many klnd- ne.".M'.i and expressions of sympathy extended to u.-, at the time of the i'c.ith of our beloved wife and mother. Henry I.i, htcr fun! family. ]*• The entire fadiilty, Mrs. V. V. Frye and Mrs. Pernau were also guests. The juniors are: Vernon Holllst- er, .president, John Sprank, vice president, Betty Marlow, secretary and treasurer, George Hanna, Arnold Reilly, Bernafra (Jenrich, Merton Larson. Eugene Angus, Jack Marlow, Mildred Person, Mavis Kyman, Doris Sandfrs, Ruth Whitehill, Clara Bterte, Charles Simpson. The seniors are: Marjorie Pettit, president, Marjorie Jensen, vice president, Jesse Blanchard, secretary and treasurer, Marian Jensen, Russell Jensen, William Knoll and Clarence Kraft Ladies Plan New Flock of Turkeys Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Rose Moulton of Ledyard came last week to visit her sister, Mrs. George Butterfield. She plans tp stay all summer. The ladies raised a large flock of turkeys Jast year. Their plans are to have several large flocks this year. Suspended Sentence Orville Dlxon, Bancroft, received a suspended sentence of 30 days on a charge of petty larceny in Justice Danson's court, Saturday. Costs] were paid by the c*jnty. A misunderstanding about some wading boots caused the complaint. White, Hovey Pile H. B. White, Algona, filed as republican candidate: for county attorney last week. Edwin Hove./ took out papers for county auditor on the republican ticket. V. F. W. Essay Prises The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary announces winners of the essay contest on the subject, "Tha Constitution of the United States of America and What It Means to the American People." Ruth Cruikshank won the first prize of $2.50 and Garnet Pickard the second prize of $1.50. Mary Lee Nugent and Carol Jackman tied for third place, and each received $1. Ask 169 I-avIng Burt: L. A. Boettcher accompanied a group of citizens from Ledyard, Bancroft and Swca City to DCS MoincE, Wednesday, to interview the governor and find ou! what could be done nbout paving highway 169 north to the Minnesota line. PHOENIX HOSIERY The Cresco Chums girls club was entertained Saturday by Miss Dorothy King. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud entertained at a family gathering on Sunday. A number of relatives from Minnesota were present. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox were Sunday guests at the Earl Miller home near Burt, while the Chas. Delblers visited at the Chas. Egel home. Elmer Dole of Woodbine spent the week.end with his family. He came to drive back a new Dodge car, which his father-in-law, John Schumacher, recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Jenkins who moved March 1 to the Urch farm on East McGregor street recently had electric lights Installed In their buildings. Miss Pauline Black, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Black, has secured employment in a beauty shop in Brltt. Miss Black recently completed a course in a btauty Mrs*. Chas. • Patterson of Burt visited Sunday at the Hugh Raney home. Mrs. R. M. Gardner, mother of Mrs Patterson and Mrs. Raney, returned with Mrs. Patterson to fier home for an indefinite visit. A large number of rural pupils from irvtrigton township will write the county testa given at Algona. on Thursday. Those desiring to raise their grades by rewriting tests taken before will appear oh Friday. Miss Marvel Dole, youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary Dole, celebrated her 18th birthday Saturday by entertaining a number of Irv- Ington's younger set, Saturday evening at a party. Games provided the entertainment Late in the evening a two course luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman were at Britt Sunday to attend the funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. The baby was born Friday and lived until Saturday. Burial was made at Brltt I.O.ST The U'iivel Mi.ycr family were re'- : '"("l from ::••!., i, inline for scarlet ' •••-:. Tl.ur-il.iv. in: viu M. u\ i : » i mi.i,n MINI -1:1 iisii \itt no tn \,,. .;„•_. ol' I'ltuvnsi:u Official Notice i:::i-'ii:i: TIII: m\v.-\ STATIC fu.M- Mi:i:i'i; i'• i.\!.Mjssi< IN T" Tin: I'rn/.K.Ns UF lin.sstJTii '•'il'NTV: N..II... i- b, I- bv niv. n a IH t- itj.'l: i'.l it Il.tll. 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To All Whom It May Cocncrn You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testamenl of Anna Helmers. Deceased, da'.ec March 12, 11)38, having been this r s KIN-I-'V i day liltd, opened and read, Mon >'•'/A', i day. the 23rd day of May. 1938, is _——_ ! fixed for hearing proof of same at MITICI: or HI VUIM. (i\ i:si uii I*IMU:M i.r i>uoi*n«|.rir ' ~ thl Court House in Algona, Iowa before the District Court of said county, or Clerk of said Court; and at ten oclock a. ra.. of the day •| ; ..'i:/'.:,, •.! i;.,!u.,. |nbove mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and requir ed to appear, and ihovv cause, i: uny they huve. why said instru- •:•• meat should not be probated and al /j j lowed as and for the Ittit Will anc Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 25 1&38. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON. Deputy E. C. McMahon, attorney. 17-18-18 "I'.l IIMI lilt IU> Vl> NO. 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