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The Algona Upper Oes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 23,1938 North East Kossuth News HEBRONBOYHAS APPENDEOOMY Hebron: Glenn Halverson, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson, was taken suddenly ill with etfpendteittt while In town with a load Of f««d to be ground. He was taken to Dr. ftuss and then rushed to Albert Lea to the hospital wheto he WM Operated on Monday evening' Me Is getting along as well as can be expected. New Hebron Resident* Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Limning, a little son last Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith are the parents of a daughter bom at the Blue Earth hospital last Friday. Visit in Stevens Mrs. Ralph Hayward and children and Mrs. Ernest Hayward and son visited Thursday at Stevens with Mrs. Clarence Hayward. Mrs. John Badje and Qennle and Bertha visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Alvin Hunter. Mrs. Adrian Hauskln and baby spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Lage In Bricelyn. Mrs. Beatrice Osland enjoyed a visit from her uncle, Ed Oakland and family of Huxley, last week end. The Osland threshing run completed their work last Friday. The season has been rather long due to ao much rain. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simsers and children, Ruth, Nelson and Harlan Hayward left Thursday morning for northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Mrs. C. O Legried, Miss Feme Ronnie. Mrs. Clarence Haveland and Mrs. Burnlld Legried drove to Mason City last Monday on business. Mrs. Joe Olson and Aria of Rake visited with Mrs. Oscar Frandle Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children and Mrs. Olson visited with Mrs. Ed Thompson of Stevens. Mrs. Olson formerly lived in Stevens. Many From Ledyard Attend Barn Dance (Ledyard: The Ross Brownings held a barn dance In their new barn Wednesday evening. Those from here who attended were the Frank Kellys, the L. D. %nd H. D. Maynes, Alfred Zlelskes, Delmar Andersons, Doris McDonald, Alvlra Halverson, Evelyn Mayne, Cleo Cable, Willie Stubbe, Donald and James Mayne, Raymond and Glenn Johnson. Mrs. Nelson, Hebron, Injured in Mishap Hebron: Mrs. Gut Nelson met with an accident last Sunday night when she struck a bump where a new culvert had been put in. Mrs. Nelson was thrown to the top and injured her back somewhat. Mr. and and Mrs. Ed Slmier and family and Kuth Nelson visited on Friday night with the Adrian Haus- klns. ELECTRIC FENCER /^HOO-THERE'S' ( A HIVE Presbyterians of Lakota to Hold Aid Gathering Lakota; The Presbyterian Aid society met at the cnurch Thursday with the following hostesses: Mesdames Fred Schroeder, W. E. Ley, Loyal Gingrich, William Thaves, Glaus Daniels and Alvin Rlppentrop who also served the monthly 25 cent supper. Mrs. Chas. Sutknecht had charge of devotions. Merlam Heetland played a violin solo and was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jerry Heetland. Dorothy Ukena gave a musical reading, "I Ain't Going to Cry No More" and waa accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jerry Ukena. Attend Clnb Meeting Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Wayne and Wanda and Ronald drove to the Oscar Llnde farm near Swea City last week Monday evening 'to attend a boys' and girls' 4-H calf club meeting. The twins sang on the program. Others from this vicinity who attended were: LeRoy Estle, Merle Robert and Ruth Edwards from Lincoln township, Mrs. C. O. Peterson, Wallace, Richard and Lois Peterson. Cousin Die* Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht received word last week Monday of the death of a cousin at The Dells, In Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Gutknecht left that afternoon to attend the funeral. Lena Gutknecht accompanied them and they will all visit Mrs. Garret Stelsel at Waupun Wis., before returning home. Mrs. Stelsel and her late husband were pioneers of this vicinity. The Jack Schlssels of Adams Minn., spent several days visiting his brother, Art Schlssel, last week W. E. Ley, Sr., Betty and James and Arlene Heetland spent Thursday in Des Molnes on a business and shopping trip. The Jerry Ukenas drove to Marshalltown last week Tuesday and spent the day with Jerry's brother Dr. Maynard Ukena. Mrs. O. H. Frerklng celebrated her birthday by entertaining the junior and senior music clubs Tues da afternoon with 24 young people present The W. E. Leys drove to Rlcevllle,! Iowa, last week Sunday to meet their daughter, Betty, who has been attending dramatic school In Chicago during vacation. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley were business visitors at Esthervllle last week Wednesday. That community was also celebrating a centennial and had an antique exhibit. Several from Lakota attended the Old Settlers Day celebration at Algona last week Wednesday and more went for the next day's celebrations In surrounding towns Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hertske entertained Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Inlay and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw at a seven o'clock dinner last week Monday evening in honor of Mr*. Hertske's birthday. Mrs. J. E. Telcamp celebrated her birthday last w»*k Tuesday by entertaining her two daughters and husbands, the Alvin and Cort Rlp- pentrops and the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng at a six o'clock dinner. Mrs. Wilbur Sparks and little daughter of Oraetllnger spent last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kline. Another daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Huskamp and, little daughter, Fort Dodge, are also here for an Indefinite stay. Marjorle Ann and Joyc Lee Adams of Charles City left /or Emmetsburg last week after a ten weeks' visit here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Lester. They will visit their paternal grandparents at Emmetsburg before returning home in time for school. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark .and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nltz were among relatives who attended the funeral last week Monday of a cousin, Mrs. G. A. Neubauer, Iowa Falls. Mrs. Neubauer w&a fatally burned Saturday when she threw kerosene on the fire preparatory to getting supper. FORMER LEDYARD GIRL VErrS HOME Ledyard: Doris Welfare, Luetta Gelhaus and Henrietta O'Keefe returned Wednesday evening from a several days visit In Mason City. Evelyn Mayne returned with them for a three weeks' vacation to be spent with her father, H. D. Mayne and her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly. Take Charge of Store Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack took over the management of the Tice Brack general store this past week. Wilson has been helping his father ever since his graduation from high school. Mr. and Mrs. Tlce Brack plan to continue to live in Ledyard. Ledyard Man ttt Howard, Jensen is ill with' pneumonia at thte time. Injures Foot Ronald, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zfelske, ran a nail In his foot Wednesday while playing and was taken to Dr. Storey for treatment James Logan went to Algona this past week and commenced work in the new S. * L. store. Mrs. Margaret Loof t of Swea City and Mrs. M. Carsten and son, Fred of Chicago, who are visiting Mrs. Loon, called at the N. A. Plngle home last Tuesday evening. Mrs. A. C. Miller and daughter, Lois Ruth of BirmlnghaiPand Mm. John Blsht>p of Extra, cam* Wednesday to visit at the D. B. Mayer home. Mrs. Nlester is Mrs. Mayer's sister and Mrs. Bishop is Mr. Mayer's sister. WITH AMAZING NEW FLUX DIVERTEH One wire on light stakes holds livestock like steel and concrete. A Tremendous Saving cm posts, wire, gates, time and labor. Safe six-volt lotteries tost for months and give sting that stope them. Call ior demonstration. HOBARTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR 18 EOW-tf Receive Medical Care Ledyard: Mrs. Max Nitz was at Algona on last Tuesday where she hud x-rays taken. Mrs. Ben Gesca waa taken to the General hospital in Algona Wednesday for treatment. H.W.POST 5 Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against IOM or damage. Equipped to do afl kinds of draying tad haulm*. 83-tf You Take No Chances When You Use- EN-AR-CO AND EN-AR-CO PENH MOTOR OIL NONE BETTER WHITE ROSE GASOLINE NO iXTRA COST SUSIE—by Edith Swans Oil Exclusively each week in The Algonn Upper Des Molnes 1 ' ' SOT Ht Toov THE," WASHING- Off THB LINE WITH HIM. • "•"" CHICAGO-in. Looft Family in Reunion at Lakota Lakota! The Looft family reunion was held at the Edward Looft home, northwest of town, last wejek Sunday. The Looft family are pioneers of the Gerled vicinity where the late John Looft and family lived north of what Is now Gerled, when the writer went to that vicinity to teach (way back when). Mary, now Mrs. Norman Pln~le, John (deceased), Willam, who now lives In Saskatchewan, Canada, and Edward, all were pupils at that time In the little school house on the hill, set up on a few rocks for a foundation, until after corn husking was finished when a foundation was put Under the building. Will has spent the past three weeks visiting relatives here and left for home early in the week. Mrs. Looft, Sr., now makes her home in Swea City. Hebron Man Back From Rochester Hebron: John Jordan! returned home from Rochester last week, where he underwent an operation a few weks ago. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Ed Simser ia sporting a new Ford V-8. A little son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskln August 2. Mrs. John Badje has been In poor health tbis summer due to asthma. Mrs. Bertha Sohn and Mrs. John island visited Mrs. Adrian Hauskin last Friday. Mrs. Marvin Thompson and Duane spent last Monday with Mrs. Adrian Hauskin. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dyer began housekeeping at Blue Earth where they have rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family spent last Sunday with Mrs. C. O. Legried at Rake. Mrs. Louts Kapplng and Iva spent last Tuesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Simon Goeke. Mrs. John Thorsbakken Is enjoying a visit from her mother and father of Story City for a few weeks. Oscar Legried, demons, Omer and Darrel of near Bricelyn spent last Monday night at the Rufus Thompsons. Mrs. Oscar Frandle assisted a few days in caring for the new baby at the Adrian Hauskin home recently. Harlan Roland of Brainerd, Minn., returned to his home last Tuesday after spending a month at the Enoch Hanson home. Mrs. Lara Egesdahl enjoyed a visit from two of her sisters of Eagle Grove last week. They also assisted her in cooking for threshers. Ledyard Methodist Ladies' Aid Meets Ledyard: The Methodist Ladies aid met for the first time since June in the church basement on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Kelly as hostess. Plans were made for a picnic to be held in the near future. Visits Relatives In Lakota Lakota: Mrs. Dora Llesveld of Mason City has been visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wade Ball. Mrs. Llesveld's parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Bradfield, were residents of this vicinity, for several years and lived on a farm southeast of town and later in town when they owned the house now occupied by the John E. Smiths. Mrs. Llesveld teaches In Mason City. LAKOTA NEWS IM-AR-CO GEAR WHIT! B«SE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, -Burl, sp»nt last week Sunday with the Nick Behrends. Mrs. Dugan In Mr. Behrends' sister. Many from here attended Buffalo Center's celebration Thursday. The farmers were threshing in the day but went for the evening. Geslna Schutter, West Rpnd, spent last week visiting her grandmother Mrs. Minnie Heetland, and her aunt, Hannah Heetland. Walter Hans and Melvln Schroeder went to Mason City last week Monday, where Mr. Hans took the final treatment for his eyes, as they are very much improved. Louise Stroebel and her brother, Henry Stroebel of Texan are visiting their mother, Mrs. Marie Stroebel, and their brothers and their aunts, Mrs. George Bauman and Mra. Carl Seibold. Clara Thompson, Anamosa, was in town last week Tuesday making preparations for her return at the beginning of the school year. Her mother also came to make her home here during the school year. Mr. and Mrs. C. Chipman and son, Lawrence, the Gus Thavea and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves and Mrs. Thaves' mother, Mrs. George Schmidt all of Burt, were last week Sunday visitors with the Thaves Sisters. Mrs. Carl Egesdahl and five of her 4-H club girls attended Achieve ment day at Bancroft last week Tuesday. Those who went were Roe Werwick, Margaret Smith, Pearl and Ellen Laabs and Florence Heetland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gutknecnt and Lena Gutknecht drove to Mason City last week Wednesday to meet Emma Gutknecht, who came there via train on her way home from a months vacation at Kansas City, time. The Walter Leslies went to Des Moines last week Friday taking with them their cousins, L. O. Wilson and son, James, who had spent the past week visiting here. They came home Sunday, bringing home their daughter, Edna, who was visiting in Des Moines. The American Legion Auxiliary met with Mra. Peter Bruer last week Monday evening with ten member* present. Installation of officers waa In charge of Mr*. Coonie Roelf- sema, Hardy, who was a guest of the meeting and who waa visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger, last week. Mother of Lakota Lady HI . Lakota: Mrs. Harry Warburton received word last week Monday of the serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. Thomas Buxton at Olin, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Warburton left at once for her bedside. Harry came home the following day and reports Mrs. Buxton somewhat improved. Mrs. Warburton remained to help care for her mother for several days. TWENTY TEARS AGO j County Food Administrator T. P. Harrington Issued food cards to the various dealers of Kossuth county. Any patron of a store was able to secure one and when sugar was purchased the card was properly punched. A substitute card was kept in the administration office, and cards were all carefully checked. The sugar situation was serious at that time, and housewives were having a hard time caring for fruits. An allowance of two pounds per month per person had been granted. Many thousands of pounds of sugar were destroyed oft* the coast by submarines. * * a A letter from George Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart, that had been written July 27, had located him In a French hospital with a wound in his right shoulder and also In his right foot. He had been taken to the hospital July IB, and had two operations to locate the bullets. He had been at the front since June first and was In some of the hardest fighting. He wrote part of the letter with his left hand, but had finished it by grasping his right hand with his left and thus writing. He stated that the nurses were French and that he would probably learn the language. Mature corn in the middle of August had been a record breaker for northern Iowa, but such had been the case, just the time when roasting ears should ordinarily be right * • » Dr. L. W. Fox and Miss Map Dan- Eon had been married. Dr. Fox had been in the army servljc. and had been located at Peterrturg. Virginia. Th« bride was i daughter of W. C. Danson cf Algona and had been one of the successful teachers o£ t!ie county. and Mrs. Hugh Post had been vacationing at Clear Lake with relatives. * * * The city had been laying new water mains on Colby street. * * » Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry and children and Mrs. C. B. Barry had returned Wednesday from an auto trip to Illinois. They had visited with relatives and friends In Bush- tiell, Peorla, Canton, and Rockford, 111., and Davenport, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles BeckRtrom of Moline, Illinois, had come for a visit at the home of their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren and other old friends In Kossuth county. The Beckstroms were for a number of years residents of the Ledyard vicinity but had moved to Moline about 30 years previous. a • • Three Algona ladle* had won prizes In the nine hole golf tournament which had been held at Webster City. Mrs. J. L. Bonar had won prizes for the long putt and for the low gross, Mrs. BeUi nt the Court House in Algorm, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and Rt ten o'clock A. M., cf the day above mentioned all persons interested nre 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, August 19, 1938. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Quarton & Miller, attorneys. 34-38 Insurance Department of Iowa DM Molnes ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of Hiram C. Gardner, Inc., attorney for subscribers, under name or designation of Manufacturers and Wholesalers Indemnity Exchange, with principal office at Denver, Colorado. Whereas, there has been filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a statement under oath by Hiram C. Gardner, Inc., attorney for subscribers under name or designtalon of Manufacturers and Wholesalers Indemnity Exchange, with principal Scheme! ™ ^ S>TS? «^Xc^=pr^^cS ontracts of indemnity among them- elves. as permitted by the provls- ons of Chapter 408 of the Code of owa, 1931, showing condition on he thirty-first day of December, 937, and whereas said Hiram C. Gardner, Inc., attorney in fact, has net score and Marion McMahon had won the prize for the most unusually played hole. Following the play, bridge had been played at Webster City club house. Among Algona ladles present were Mesdames Horrigan, Bonar and Scheme), and the Misses Ruth and Marion McMahon and Helen Dingley. Stewart * * • McKadden, who had Grandson Hit by Car Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. George Winter received word early last week that a grandson. Pat Higglns, 8 years old of Whittemore, had been struck by a car driven by a farmer west of Whittemore and suffered a broken !cs just above the knee. He was taken to a hospital In Fort Dodge and the leg put in a cast and he was brought home later in the week. East Seneca Bible Class Meets at Fred Thies Home East Seneca: The community Bible class led by Rev. Patten, met last Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Thies, Bancroft Those atendlng from Seneca were Mrs. Frank Looft and daughter, Florence, Mrs. Jay Godden, Mrs. Chas. Osborn and Mra. L. C. Cast and Florence. Drives to Akron Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Godden motored to Akron, Iowa, Friday to spend the week end with friends. Submits to Operation Mrs. Sheldon Merrill submitted to a minor operation last Saturday at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. She Is much improved. Louise Wolf spent Thursday and F.-iday helping Mrs. Bollig cook for threshers. Mrs. Nels Lauritzen of Armstrong and Mrs. Clem Dotson called on Mrs. Chris Nelson, Thursday evening. * Mrj. Bertha Looft of Des Moines spent last weak end with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy have taken the flu which has been making the rounds and Mrs. Lem Doocy is caring for them. Mr. and Mrs. Ornle Behrends and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gardner and sons were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of the Walter Smiths. been attending business college at Waterloo, waa expected homo. * * * The Donald Smith and Harold Cowan families Had returned from a two weeks' outing at Clear Lake. The Melzar Haggard family had gone to Clear Lake for ten days to be located at the W. C. Dewel cottage. * a • Two auto accident* had been reported. Sunday evening some young bloods from Whittemore were racing on North Phillips street -unri one of (he i:irs had "track the curb near the remeterv and n'td turned over. No one had been seriously injured. They pn'd the us ual fine for speeding. * * a .Melzar Falkenhainer came Iinme from Winona, Minnesota, and hml spent a day with his parents. Melzar had been doing strenuous work with a Northwestern railroad surveying gang in southern Minnesota, and the Dakotas and was developing into" a robust young man. * * • Sheriff Samson and family and Clerk of Courts and Mrs. Joe Jenks had driven to Spirit Lake for a few days' outing. * * * T. P. Harrington and L. J. Dickinson were among the Algona neo- ple who spent a Sunday at Clear Lake. They reported that there had been pretty good fishing over there for the young folks. "Boy" Cowan, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Cowan, had made the record catch of the day, having caught two big pickerel. ECossuth Osteopaths Meet at Lu Verne Lu Verne: Dr. H. D. Meyer entertained the osteopathic physicians of his territory at their regular monthly meeting last week Monday evening. He gave a paper on Osteopathy In Obstetrics and this was followed by an address by the Rev L. Wittenburg on the subject, "The Relation of the Physician nn<l the Pastor in the Sick Room". The wives were entertained at the Meyers home where refreshments were served to all. Notice to Bidders Sealed bld8 will be received nt tho office of the Auditor of Humbolilt County, lown, until 2:00 o'clock I J M., on AviKUKt 28, 193H, for cleanout work to be done In Humboldt-Ko.i- nuth Joint Drainage District No. 1 Humbolilt and Kossuth Cour.tlei Iowa. Bids will be oi>ene<l at tli above office promptly after the tlm for receiving Riimo han closed. A certified check, or ciiHhlur'B check amounting to live (Ti) per cent bid, made payable to the County Auditor, Hliutl he filed with each bid, which In casts of bidder rerelv- Intf tLe award, should he. full to execute a contract anil file n boml within ten (10) ilaj-H ufter the acceptance uf his bid. Hhall lie retained by the courty as liquidated damages. The proposed \vnrlc consists of approximately m:e hundred flflV-ei^h: <15S) stalliins of clearlnK and Krub- blnff anil "M banks leveling; of ap- proxlimilely ihlrty-clx thousand f :!(;.- UU't) cubic yilH. uf excavation; <if leveling uf new I'pcill hanks; ami nf th" Installation of approximately four hundred MOO) feet nt 10" vurriitfut- ed pipe and the Installation of approximately two hundred (SOU) feet of 18" corrugated pipe. J'lpe- are to be Installed a* overflow pipe through ditch banks. Plans, specif IciitloriH and proposal 'orniH for the work may be seen and nay he secured at the above office. Hie County Hoards reserve the rlwht o wnlvt* technicalities und to reject any or all bids. All proposals filed shall bo or the form furnished bv the County, sealed ami plainly marked; proposal* con- ainlnK anv reservations not provided for therein may he rejected. August 13. 1938 HOAKIi.S OF filJI'KllVISOMH Huinholdt and K'lssmh Counties n-,- O. II. .InhiiKon and I-;. .S. Klr- ey, County Auditor.". V.-: 1 .1 fully complied with the provisions of said act; Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, Maurice V. Pew. Commislsoner of Insurance, do hereby certify that Hiram C. Gardner, Inc., attorney of Manufacturers and Wholesalers Indemnity with principal office at Denver in the State of Colorado, Is entitled to act in the State of Iowa, in accordance with the laws thereof so far as he may be legally empowered by his letters of appointment, for the Individuals, firms and corporations constituting the subscribers in the exchange of reciprocal or Inter-insurance contracts against loss by Full Coverage Automobile until the first day of April. 1939. I further certify that the statement shows— 1st. The aggregate income for the year 1937 to be $277,965.15 2d. The aggregate expenditures for the year 1937, to be 237,099.32 3d. The Aggregate amount of the Assets December 31, 1937, to be „ 838,609.08 4th. The aggregate amount of Liabilities In- all outstanding risks, eluding the amount i required to safely re- Insure all outstanding risks, December 31, 1937, to be 228,016.47 In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Molnes, this first day of June, 1938. MAURICE V. PEW, (SEAL) Commissioner of Insurance. 34 FEET TIRE, ACHE? Tired, aching fcet t rheumatic-like foot and leg pains, oore heels, ca'.Iousea on »o!e»— all are dgns of weak or fallen arche*. Dr. Scholl't Arch Sup* portt tfve you immediate relief by removing muscular and ligamentout strain—the cause of your pain. They •re moMed to your feet and toon restore the *rch*» to normal. A Free Foot Tett will convince >ou. Brownell Shoe Co. i She reports an interesting 50 At Chambers Family Reunion Corwith-Fairview: Over 50 relatives attended the Chambers reunion held at the H. O. Chambers home last week Sunday, August T. Besides the relatives living in and around this community, others attending were Miss Ava Chambers of Seattle, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and family, Minburn; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Chambers of Carpenter; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chambers and daughter of Granada, Minn.; Dr. and Mrs. Jacobson and family of Graettinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rawlings of Dep Molnes. Mystery Picnics Success LuVerne: The first mystery pic"- nic a couple of weeks ago proved so delightful that another was helu at the park Friday evening. Some one, no one knows who, started it by asking a friend. She asked another until a number were invited. As each takes a covered dish no one knows what kiijd of a supper there will be or who will be there. until all arrive and the baskets are opened. TEN YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Bonar had returned from Muscatine, lown, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Bonar's sister, Mrs. Klepper. The second paving gang had started work and was paving south from the Keefe plate north of Algona. They had their materials at the M. & St. L. yards. The other crew had been working north toward Burt, and across the Black Cat at the Robert Leason farm. Each crew had been laying about 1,000 feet a day or about a mile each week and with good weather exr^ct- ed to reach Algona about September 20. It was expected to be later when the crew working north reached Bt.-t as the distance was greater. * * * Otto Kloock, Whittemore butter- maker, had gained added distinction in the educational butter scoring contest that had been conducted at the North Iowa fair at Mas>n City when his butter WHS ccrred the highest and he had been ^iven the gold medal. Don Si-huliz of tht Algona creamery had been a Mr. und Mrs. Alt Hrt^tn-ky hi.tl left for Pipestone, Minn., called there uy the serious illness of Mrs. Kresemky's mother, Mrs. Pettigrew r.f Flundreau, South Dakota, who had undergone an operation. Mrs. :'.tig,iew passed away btfori thty arrived at Pipestone. * * # Eva Strelt had left with Mrs. Frank Mann for a week's vacation vinit with relatives in Chicago am) Kenosha, Racine, and other points * * • Ethel English had been engaged to teach in the LuVerne schools during that coming year. She was to teach music and English. * * * John Harrington and John tlur- rington, Jr.,'of Norfolk, Nebr., hac been guests at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. T. P. Harrington. * • • Dick and Bob Post, sons of Mr Notice to Bidders I. .Sealed bills will tie received by Lilts Auditor (if Humbuldt County at il» office In I'aliota City. Iowa, im- tll l-.u'i o'clock 1'. M., on August -'J. I1»;JH, for the various items of con- couhtvucthm work listed below. :.'. A eertlned check, drawn uoo(i a solvent Iowa, bank, It: un amount as .set furtli in the proposal form. niaile payable to II.e County Auditor, shall be tiled with each proposal. This check may be cashed and the proceeds retained by the County Is li|UlilUled damages if the bidder f;.Uls ii execute a contract and tile an i|-|i|nVeil bund for the faithful pe i - fonnance thereof, within ten days fler the acceptance of Ills bid. II. I'lUllS. Sprcltlcalii'l S Ullil prupoN- ul forms t'ui- Hie work may lie stand may be secured at the office the Cuiinty Auditor. 4. All proposals must he tiled on the forms furnished l>y the Cim'Hv, •aled and plainly niarki-.l. rri>in»a!> containing any reservations not pi-i- vided for In the forms furrished m;ty be rejected, and the County Hoard reserves the rltfht to waive technicalities and to reject any ur all bids. j. Attention of bidders Is •lireri- ed to the .Special 1'rovisiuns covering the tjualifIcatlons of hUhlcl's and bleltinif or asslynlny uf the C"0- tliict. The propu.se,I work conslsi-s of a|i|iro.\lma tt-lv .'>_'. "<"» cu yards of eXcavaliim and the ins'.ulla- tlon of ajiiiroxiiiiutel .- 4_'l f--et of 111" colli-relv elillunce |jl]*<-. Tills Wolk to he -June on the count y -line nmd l>et\v.>-n Sec- tlons 1. J. :<. and I. Township »:l Xorili. ILaiiK.- 2S V.VM. ai-.d Seeilon*:i:i. :14. ::." and ;;•;. T-.-.vn- xhip 'J I North. I'.anw :!•> West. Tin- propo-al K'u.'iranl'-e >-].:ill ii"t lie Ivss than live lj) peleelit 'if the hid. \nuiisi l:t. t'.C'.S. r.uAHi'.s (iF sri j i-:i:vi.sni!S Humlioldt and I<«--.>ith ('uunt !•-.-, 11 •/ O. H. JOHXSli.V, County Auditor, liy K. H. KIN.SKV. 33-31 ' Are ton still Pioneering? Any Winter Night I AND Is it C-O-L-DI SATURDAY NtCHTI No wond.r UM 8UNDAT MORNING I Hm t* tk« Ttti "Smtardmr nlcht" bath b*ccm« • custom. mw>n for UM popul>ril> of bwrd> u4 Who winto lo uk> man than on* bath »a*Uc!i<* Im UM dmfm Iwforo Hanoi* • w«tk onder Ibex condition! r WaUrl Hal w«Ur won cbllta la • What Convenience and Comfort With a Modern Bathroom I When roa com* In hot, penptrinr and tired from work, Uul tub will bob M i, to roa u II duo to mother I Jn»t tblnk of •hirlnir wllh hot Bannlnr Water «t that buln. Tho MnlUrr toilet m»y »»»• 1U toit tho flint run la doeton* awl awdklaw hUla. A modern bathroom l« not a Iniarj—lf» a proamt day mumltj. THERE IS A WAT OUT Let M toH roa how to handl* tha financial of ComploU Erclpmwt for • Fatal W.Ur SriUm: Drillln* of a Well; coutroctloa of th« Wall Pit i tho Pup. ho U • Hand Pump, a Windmill with a Jack, or a» Eltwtrkallr Oporatod Pampi dw aitoa aarr WaUr Bopplr Ptplnci and KOIILER PLI'MRING FIXTURES for tho liath- rooiat or tho liutallatlon of Ueatlnc SnUmi. Oil Boraen, Btokorf, etc., udor tho f.UJL. TUIK PAYMENT PLAN. Eujr Down P*ra»nU—Oaa to Thro. Yaw ( ~ LAING&MUCKEY Plumbing & Heating RILUANCE.W ROTECTION WOODo* METAL Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. In District Court, No. 4421. September Term, 1938. To All Whom It M.iy Concern: You are hereby notifie 1. That ur. instrument of writing purpo-ting to b.. 1 the last Will anJ Testament of Hugh Herman. Deceased, datO'l January 21. 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 19th day of September. !33S. is fixed for hearing proof of The use of Aluminum Paint as a priming coat on exterior surfaces has increased greatly during the past few years, but the service it gives varies with the quality of Aluminum Paint uicd. To meet the demand {or high quality Aluminum Paiut, The Lowe Urothers Company ha* developed a line that is unexcelled fur use in finishing or priming under Aluminum or other Locvc Frothers Aluminum Paints are especially ft"O'> ' or priming resinous uooJs such as fir, pine and cypress. They give excellent >er\icc on any other kind of wood or metal, are beat resisting, may be uied for exterior or interior work and cover about 1,000 square feet per gallon, one coat. SPOUT1NG3 ROOFS STEAM PIPES BRIDGES FURNACES RADIATORS PUMPS LAWN MOWERS , • • ••&£. F. S. Norton & Son

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