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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, AlgoM. IdWa, Oct. 4,1938 OPEN FORUM NHE BRINGS OUT 60 TO C.C. MEETING Civic, Business Problems (Jet Attention as Two- Hour Session with "Get It Off Your Chest" Held "Get It Oft Your Chest Night" was enjoyed by members of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, Monday evening in the Legion Hall here. A program of six evsnts was on the evening card, with President Alf Kresensky and Major Leslie Saul acting as official timers nnd referees. However, the open forum meeting brought out many good points, and enabled all members to discuss matters pertaining to the city with an eye to civic and business improvement. The Lead-off Men Acting as lead-off men were T. C. Hutchison, E. E. Douglas, D. E. Dewel, Mr. H. M. Olson and Dr. R. A. Evans, Chet Williams and K. D. James. Each of the above tnak a given topic and started the ball rolling, whereupon other members chimed In with personal viewpoints and expressions of opinion without further ado. Definite action was taken with regard to two matters, first, fire trevention, and second, greater parking areas. Both subjects were to be taken up with the city council. Vic Steil, Ora Larson, Mel Miner Win Gridiron Guessers Awards (By N. O. Knot) Vic Steil carried oft top honors in the weekly Gridiron Guessers club, picking all of the winners right, except the tie game between Chicago and Bradley. Ora Larson was second and Melvin Miner was third. There were quite a number who picked all of the winners correctly, with the one exception of the tie game, and also quite a few more who missed only that scoreless tie and the Illinois-DePaul contest. Your own guesser, N. O. Knot, did pretty well, missing only the Chicago- Bradley scoreless tie, and not much at that. In the bracket of winners were Vic Steil. Ill error points. Ora Larson 112 error points, Mel Miner, 113: Percy Kuhn. 122: Pat Cullen, 127: Arlo Larson, 142; Don Blanchard of Lone Rock, 150, and Willis Cotton. 151. The big upset from the scoring standpoint was Notre Dame's 52 point victory over Kansas, which accounted for a good share or error points. The Irish have come up with another slam-bang team this fall. In the second group of guessers were H. E. Bhrtlelt, Julie Chrlschll- leS, Jesse Blanchard, Jr. of Lone Rock, Dick Post, Fred Timm, Bob Williams, Bud Zender (Our Man Saturday), R. Hutchins and Delmar Cooper. They all missed one game and the Chicago tie. So here we go again. Remember, first place gets a year's subscription, second place eight months and third place, six months. Sharpen your pencils and your wits and get your guesses in by Saturday morning: Notre Dame (14) at Georgia. Tech (0). Southern California (7) at Ohio State (14). Chicago (0) at Michigan (13) Indiana (7) at Illinois (6). Wisconsin (14) at Iowa (7). Purdue (0) at Minnesota (7). Drake (0) at Northwestern (27). Iowa- State (7) at Nebraska (18). P. S. We anticipate a couple of upsets this week, but we're still picking 'em the way they sound on Monday according to dope and precedent. Watch Iowa State against Nebraska, and Wisconsin and lown. and Indiana and Illinois, anil possibly one or two of the others, also. Purdue's speed may also surprise a powerful but slow Minnesota team. About 60 Present A nice turnout was on hand, some 60 being present Following the two-hour meeting and discussion, the members adjourned to gobble up a dutch lunch banquet, and then split Into smaller groups where round table discussions were held. The idea of having Chamber of Commerce get-togethers every four or five weeks seems to be clicking and members hope that they will become permanent affairs. Europe Shift Has Local Price Effect What happens In Europe doesn't make any difference to us out here m Iowa! Is that so? Local dealers in glass received notice, Friday, that the price of glass, wholesale, had gone up 30 per cent effective at once. The reason—the U. S. Imports much glass from Czechoslovakia, without much of a tariff because of a favorable trade agreement. The glass Industry will now come under German control, where different trdae agreements are In effect. Glass will now cost about one- third more. Jalloppies to Race on Program Here, October 9 Jallopies, those relics of bygone days whose chief glory at the presen moment is their antique appearance, will have a Field Day of their ow at the county fairgrounds race track, Sunday, October 9th. The American Legion post of Algona will sponsor a jallopy event on that day. Proceeds will go to help buy uniforms for the Algona high school band. In the derby only cars of 1928 vintage, or older, will be allowed ti compete. An entry fee of $10 a car must be paid, and this fee is to be pu up by the backers of the jallopy, such as service clubs, private firms, etc Drivers of the cars will sign release from liability, etc., in case any of the drivers are hurt Committees named to handle the event follow: Entries—A. H. Borchardt L. E. Linnan. M. H. Falkenhainer, Jos. Bloom. R. H. Miller. Leo Spllles, M G. Norton. A. E. Kresensky. D. C Hutchison. Dr. R. M. Wallace, W. A Lorenz and J. A. Harig. In charge of finish—Joe Harig. Starter—W. A. Lorenz. Judges—J. D. Lowe, Leo Sptlles. E. J. Frank, Fenton, Honored on Birthday Fenton: B. J. Frank VM taken by surprise Friday evening when it group of friends gathered at his home to celebrate his birthday an- nniversary. Five hundred was played at eight tables, with Mrs. George Jentz and Arthur Mueller winning the high score prizes and Walter Krause the cut prize. Lunch was brought and served by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz of Fairmont were the out of town guests. Movie Reviews Algona Host Over Week End to Two Conventions Algona was host at two conventions over the past week end. A district home-making conference and vocational guidance meet- Ing at which 375 registered was held at th* Algona high school, Saturday. The morning session opened with a song fest, In which Dave Phillips with Hffs. V. K. Rising at the piano took charge. Eight discussion groups then took up various subjects. A luncheon was held at noon. Local women on a committee in charge of the luncheon were Mesdames Henry Dearchs, H. E. Stephenson, Walter L. Johnson, Otto V Harlan, Sid C, Spear, Charles Reaper, F. L. Thorpe and R. O Bjustrom. Rosalie Swanson, Betty Courtney and Emma Jean Rlng- genberg presented a tap dance number on the afternoon program. Classified Ads (By Eleanor Frawr) The screening of "Boys' Town", picture about Father Flanagan's for boys, met with an er.thusinstlc reception. It is n »yinratr>Ptit. story, with undvsrandlnt; The rnst is uniformly «ood, xvKh the tvoptlon that Mici-ey Ro>ney li j:i.i'i.v °f overdoing Ills part. Hov ever. If he continues to hold Spencer Tr icy as h's id-.-fti actor there is for hi n. Tracy p!pv- tho of Fnf't r with a r< : mint Urn' !nr? : cntcs not only| For Sale FOR SALE—Cobbler potatoes.—C t* McVey, phone 791, Algona. 40 FOR SALE—Two good used ca: bargains—'36 Master Chevrolet se dan In excellent condition. $3°5 '35 Pontlac sedan with radio and heater in very fine shape, $395.—Bir um-OIson Co., Bulck dealers, 401 E State. Phone 121. 40* A. H. Borchardt Timers—H. M. Smith. Ralph West Bend Editor Honored by Ass'n Wesley: The regular monthly •meeting of the North Iowa Prow Association wta held here last week. Officers were elected. Those present wore the Frank Clarks of Titonka, Ed Inlays of Lakota, the H. V.Clarks of Bancroft, the A. L. Andersons, Ralph Anderson and Mr. Jarnigan of Ringsted, the Jake Schwartzes of Fenton, the N. E. Chrtstensens of Hurt, and the Frank Kochs of West Bend. After a seven o'clock dinner at the Benton cafe the ladles played chlnker check at the Zerbe home, while the men held a bu«lne» meet- Ing at the News-Herald office. Frank Koch of West Bend wa« elected as president of the croup succeeding Harold Clark of Bancroft. Federal Benefits Over 7 Million, 5£ Years Federal benefits to the total of $7 858,859 have been distributed in Kossuth county since March, 1933. according to the first county breakdown of statistics which has been released on federal spending. Loans through the federal land bank and commissioner account for the largest single sum making up the total. They amount to S4.S07.- 096, and are classed as repayable. Total repayable benefits in all amount to $4.836.432. Total nun-repayable benefits amount to $;.li!»H,505. the largest item in the latter class is for AAA rental wnd benefit. The 1!»37 conservation program iiiiymcnts «re not included in this figure. In the 1&:;6 conservation program $571.542 were spent in the county. The figures muy he more impressive when it Is considered thitt statewide -slid district-wide projects of the WF'A. PWA ami FSA lire not included nor expenditures of sUte and local bodies in conjun< tion with such agencies. Meidtke. Oscar Erickson. Announcer—Joe Bloom. Checkers—John Dutton, and H. D. Clapsaddle. Gas—Harry Hargreaves. Eugene VVray. Chas. Berringer, O. T. Solberg and George Stewart. Line-up—W. M. Geering. Clerk—F. L. McMahon. Advertising—Major Saul, Anton Didricksen. R. H. Guderian. Tickets and gate—H. L. Gilmorc. Theo. Larson. John Beiser, Eugene Scheme!. E. S. Klnsey, John Kohlhaas, Lee Hopkins and John Momyer. Police—John Foth, Archie Haines. Archie Cunningham. John Kaln. Arthur Reiley, Ray Cunningham. Anton Didriksen. R. H. Guderian. W. H. Godden, J. D. Burns. Ray Lad- cndorf, V. V. Naudain. Mr. Baas. Prize money for the events will total more than 1300 It la expected. The schedule of events has not yet been worked out, Grandstand concession will be handled by a committee corn- nosed of the following: M. J. Strelt. W. E. Hawcott. A. E. Kresenskv. M G. Norton, D. C. Hutchison, G. D. Rrundage. Bert Galbraith, Francis Bunting. I. Chapman. T. T. Herhst. M. Merritt. Fred Jacobs. Marvin Cain. John Thompson. Dr. Walrath. E, V. Pierce and R. H. Miller. Swea City Lutheran Aid Serves Supper Wednesday Eve Swea City: Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid society will serve a supper tomorrow at Luther hall beginning at 5:30. The menu consists of fried chicken and dressing, mashed potatoes snd gravy, tomato salad, scalloped corn, rye bread, rolls, pickles, pie ala mode and coffee. Wesley High School Nine Gets 3 Shutouts Wesley: Four victories, three of :hem shut outs, is the record so far this season for the Wesley high school baseball team. Last week Friday behind the one-hit pitching of Lloyd, the locals defeated Goldfield here 6 to 0. On Tuesday they shut out LuVerne on the Wesley diamond, 14 to 0. Bottom. Loebig and Wingert pitched. Wednesday, they defeated Corwith here by a score of 5 to 1. They also shut out Woden 10 to 0. Burt 8. S. Meets Burt: The Fidelis Sunday School class met with Esther Bahllng on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. B. K. Bahnson was assisting hostess. New officers were elected as follows: Mra. G. J. F. Vogcl, teacher; Lurena Weasel, president and Selina Clifton, secretary. Cullens, Whittemore, Hfave Family Reunion Whittemore: The Rev. John Culi- en of Sioux CJty spent Friday eve- ilng with his parents. Postmaster and Mrs. John S. Cullen and daugh- er "Suds" of here nnd Father Cullen's sister. Blanid Cullen, R. N., of Palo Alto. Calif. Pat Cullen of Algona also visited with his parents, sister of California and brother of Sioux City. Blanid Cullen. R. N., left Saturday after spending the past month with her parent!.. Mrs. Alice White Reardon of Monroe, Washington, her daughter. Mary of Portland. Oregon and Mrs. George Herley of Bcllingham. Washington, visited at the Cullen horns Wednesday. 'or 25 yenrs has maintained a home i for underprivileged boys. Henry Hull plays the sympatheti pawn-broker who helps Fathe Flanagan with his financial prob lems. Among the boys. "Pee Wee" little Bob Hatson, wins the affection of all the other boys and the nud ience. Sidney Miller, who plays Mo Kahn, the barber in Boys Town does a good job with his part. One could wish that Mickey Rooney hac out down the sob stuff, for the story is poignant enough AS It Is, without watching an almost full-grown boy screw up his face and weep. I am not convinced, anyhow, that any boy of that age, no matter what the provocation, would be so tearful. Neither would he be so melodramatic, if for no other reason than hat he would wear himself out. Still. Mickey does have ability and in time le will probably tone down. It must be repeated that Spencer Tracy give a fine performance sure- y never a better one. It is said that ic very strongly objected to taking he part because he felt that he was ot capable of doing it justice and hat may perhaps help to explain is very sensitive Interpellation of t. Probably his best scenes are vith the lovable little Pee Wee who s a good boy most of the time, but oesn't have to be told in so many vords when he isn't. You shouldn't have missed seeing FOR SALE—Three heifers with 40 FOR SALE—Typewriter ribbons typing paper, clasp envelopes, at The Algona Upper Des Molnes office. FOR SALE —Tiny Piano, Baldwin make. Apartment New last y*ar. Can be seen in Algona. Con- t'nue the payments. Writs Baldwin Piano Store, Des Molne-i. :0 FOR SALE—Wood, some small, some large.—Wm. Durant, Algona. 40 FOR SALE—New portable typewriters, Corona and Underwood. F29.75 and up. One rebuilt, standard size Underwood. At The Algona Upper Des Moines office. GET YOUR S. & H. Green Stamps with gas, oil or service at the Hoenk Motor Co., west of Court House. 40* SHOE NEWS. Ladles, we have many new arrivals in those popular Heel Latch shoes. Wide variety of tyles, sizes. You'll love them. At Cresensky's. 40 Wesley on Tuesday evening, October 4th, at 8 o'clock. Three of the head officials from the corn alcohol foundation at Atchison, Kansas, will be there. Come and find out how to reduce the surplus and raise the price of grain^T. P. Studer, Sec'yV 46 Card of Thanks The children of Mrs. August Schmidt wish to express their appreciation for the generous floral tributes and words of sympathy received following the recent death of our beloved mother. Paul Schmidt. Arnold Schmidt. A. 3d Schmidt. Selma Miller Mrs. Fred Swan. Mrs. Fred By son, 4 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank neighbors an friends who so kindly assisted u during the Illness and death of ou loving wife and mother. Nels Beck and family. 40' LET US VULCANIZE! those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-t DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or tube. «-tf FOR RENT—Two heated office rooms over Moe & Sjogren store ?an be rented as a suite or separate -—Haggard & Peterson. Inquire Algona Upper Des Molnes office. 35 CHEAP OIL—is the most expen- ive oil you can buy. Our motor il has superior quality that makes L the cheapest In the end.—Meyer's Service, State & Jones St. 40 SEE THE NEW Purses at the Blite. Black, brown, rust, wine. Boys Town" for you'll like the act- Suede, calk skins and novelty mat- ng and the story, and you"ll enjoy | erlals. $l and $1.49. 40 earning more about Father Flan- • —• gan's "splendid work for homeless, I REPAIR FURNACES now—ex L -- J • •--— - 'pert workmen, first class service.— Holtzbauer plumbing, heating and sheet metal. Phone 83. 40 Notice of Sale of Public Bonds Notice is hereby given that the Town of Whittemore, Iowa. will, on September 28. 10138. at 8:00 o'clock p m. at the Town Hall in Whittemore, Iowa, offer for sale Waterworks Bonds aggregating Two Thousand Five Hundred and N'o 100 Dollars < $2500.001 in amount, all to Vie dated October 1, 1038. and maturing as follows: $2oo (in on October 1 lf)?,0 $'-'2 r ><).> on October 1. 1!<4O .*2VHi'i on October 1. 1041, to 11*47. both inclusivr «32">oo on O< lobcr 1. 1!>48 tearing four '!> jn-r cent scmi-an- mril interest Staled and open hid* will be received as provided liy law and bond.-, sold to the hiyh.-si bid- j dtr for not less than par plus accrued interest. R. F. BRADY, 2h-c!'j Mayor Wesley Creamery Men Collect Fair Prizes Wesley: Paul Engen placed second and Clinton Mr-Elly of the Wesley creamery won second and third prizes on butter they had entered ut the Kossuth fair. Martin Bleich of Titonka won first and I. L. Seeman of Algona. brother of Mrs. D. J. Zt-rbe tied for third. The Algona Auction Co. \Ve are here to nerve both the seller and buyer at our pav- lUon in Algona every Saturday. Satiirtlay, Oft. U We have upi-ned up for full tradt- .vitli our bale and eX|M-<-t a- good line of »tuff. Bring in your cattle, lions, nhwu a» ut- have all kind* uf culls. Could handle all kind* of feeder pig* and ft-ed- er cattle are in big cli-maml. Notjcv— .StartiiiK Tuitxlay, (JH-loIx r 18, w«- uill hold our stock every Tut-sUny, all viiuU-r. MACHJNKKV We are handling the Corn B«-lt hin^lc- row torn picki-r, look this picker over before you buy. Also the Kcwancc Grain Elevator. Notice — We uill hold u demonstration of the t'orn Bt-lt Corn Picker tLt tlu? Leslie Jenkins farm *'_. nulet, <-a»t on .Mclireuor •treet, Saturday morning, Oct. 8th at 9 o'clock, don't fail to see this corn uicJii T work. Also have a siiiKl'- ruw used John Ikx-re and McCornuck Ueering picker. For sale 1 Modi-l A Ford car. Open Every Day. Sale Barn phone 77, Be*, phone 3F*i'i. Start oil *to<Jt ut 1:80 If. iii. €. O. B1D1ILE A S0\ Operator and Union Mothers and Daughters to Meet I'mon: Mrs. Glen Jenkinson is a !:«\v member of the Mothers and Daughters i lub. The club meets this Thursday evening. Oct. 6. at the Frank Hofius home. Juris-: I Quarton will give, a talk and st-'v- j i-ral mil;si c;,-.] numbers have been secured The program committee consists of Marie Bode an.) Frances Gould: menu commitee. Norrna Baile. Julia Taylor. bandoned boys, regardless of race, reed or color" as the dedication eads. • • • The Towa had a swell animal pic- ure last week, "Booloo". A romance of sorts was used as excuse or showing many marvelous "shots" >f Malay jungle animals. I wish knew the names of all the unusual creatures that looked out from the creerf as clear as though they were n a zoo without bars or cages, the ind where you look at a lion or ger from across a moat seeming- y scarcely wide enough to restrain im. It \vas fortunate that the dark- kinned natives chattered and yell- d at every sign of danger, for oth- rwlse at least one of the audience rould have forgotten where she was nd screamed for help. As it was. I did gasp very audibly when some little 'tree fellow, that was most likely a member of the monkey family, on catching sight of a ferocious killer down below him literally popped his eyes open. He was so close to the camera's eye that he might have been close enough to touch. And when a wicked looking old tiger with huge jowls came down to the edge of the water and lap-lapped a drink, I almost had to pinch myself to be sure that I wasn't among the natives with a wild desire to scramble up a tree. I wish they would reissue the picture, "Taboo", for I have heard it was a fine animal picture and by some mischance, I missed it. "The FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars, new blood.—Marean Larson, Ringsted. 39-tf FOR SALE—Large circulating, coal or wood burning heater.—Harold Roth, Algona. • 40 PROPERTIES are selling at these prices: two good bungalows, one $3,600, one $3,100: good 6 room house and 2 lots $3.300. Lots from $32.1. —Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Insurance. 40 FOR SALE—Pneumatic water system.—C. & Johnson Hardware. 40 FOR SALE—60 Spotted Poland WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Alfrona Rendering Co. 11-tf WINDOW GLASS—Prices lowest in years. Storm sashes fitted. Labor rates reasonable. —Lusbys Drug Store. 35-tf I AM making long time farm loans at 4 "4% Interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.--M. P. Haggard, Algona. 38-43" BRIDGE PRIZE SUGGESTIONS —The new Red Wing Pottery Lamps —Pratt Electric Company. 40 OFFICIAL Statement of the ownernhlp. man aprement, circulation, etc.. required liv the act of ConKreo* of Auaruct 24. 1912. of AT.GONA ITITCR DES MOINES. puhllRhed weoklv at Al (T"n<i. Iowa, for Sept. 23. 19.18. State of Iowa, county of Kossuth. Before me, a notary public tn for tre state and county afore»at<l personally appeared n. B. Waller, who. having been duly sworn ac cording; to law, deposes and «ay« Iliat lie Is one of the publisher* of The AlRona Upper lies Molnes. an«1 that the following In. to (he Item of lilg knowledge U nd belief, a true statement of the ownership, man- aisemert. etc.. of the nforenild publication for the date fliown In the n hove caption, required by the net of AuRimt 24. 1912, embodied In "te- flon 411 I'ontul I.nws and Itesruln- tlons, [irlntc.t on tie reverse of this .form, to-wlt: 1. That the namos nnd ncMreas of tin- puMlsh/r. editor, tminnKlnn t<\ China boars, al*o eight white ones, i '',?£;, ? n 'J >'J'»ln<-"H rnar:n<r.-r-.. ar.-: r.™* nn »_A n » n . £„„„„., r>!__ 'Publisher. Haa-gard & Waller. Al- Good stcd. •—Anton Vammen, Ring- 38-42* FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars, fall and spring. Large croup to choose from—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 39. 41, 43. 45, 47, 49, 51* FOR SALE—Shropshire rams, yearlings and two's.—Bush Bros., 7 miles southeast Emmetsburg. 30-42* Wanted WANTED—Man with car for profitable Rawleigh route. Must be Boy Born to Strayers Union: Mr. and Mrs Ben Gould were made happy grandparents again when a. baby girl was born to their daughter. Mrs Keith Strayer 'Oapitola Gould i at the Kossuth | hospital last Saturday. Oct. 1. ThH I i.> the second rhild they have, their other child being a boy. another showing. It was a purely animal picture of the last outpost of untrammeled wilderness. Unless you have seen and heard the picture, you cannot imagine the musical, bird-like call of the moose <or is it the elk?> • * • The Kossuth Field Day brings back to mind that tremendously impressive picture, "The River" which was shown here this summer. And the Des Moines river itself puts one pretty well in mind of that government picture which has as its theme, the price paid for tampering with the natural economy of soil and water. One wonders what the flood i;'. these parts would have been like without the ten dams which the Conservation League has already built in the Des Moines river in this county. The refrain repeated over and over again- repetition is the strength of Pare Lorentz's statement—(he wrote and directed the picture)—is "We built a hundred cities and a thousand towns but at what a cost." The cost in vividly ihown in scene after scene. The high point of the film and almost a breaking point, so tense is it, when the icicles begin to rnelt in the spring to the accompaniment of the wierdest music imaginable and one slowly forming drop joins other drops and other drops until you see the raging floods that inundate whole cities. "The River" is one of the finest combinations of sound anil photography and therne that have been made in the past few years in thi.« country, better even than "The Plough That Broke the Plain" an other government picture by Lorentz. Mr. Rice plans to show it tome time this fall. Lorentz is making another picture now, which wil' no doubt be seen here in the future. Lorentz is accused of exaggeration. That might be true in seme ont particular scene, but it is nee- tssary to overemphasize to .'o'me extent to make the point. Otherwise people do not get the full Imnc.rt. Lorentz is considered one of the most important of the corning diruc- ., ... .. ,, , - - tlirs ""d »t is expected that he will bullivuu. McMahon & Lmrian. ut-] exert considerable influence ou fu- torntys. 40-41-12, ture motion picture making nv»uic 11 L iaM niniv.c, x iinaacu iv. Lite *in_i •*.!_ j i • i Last Wilderness," too. could stand ! £". t " fled , w ', tj ? K°°<1 living at start. Write Rawleighs, Dept. IAJ-11-101, Freeport, 111. 40* Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KO.S.SUTH COUNTY, ss. No 44.'il in District Court. September Term, 19,'iS. To All Whom It May Concern: You Arc- Hereby Notified. That an in.strument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of C M. Imnierfall. Deceased, dated March 26. 1920. having been this day liled. opened and read. Monday the :;i..t day of October. 1938. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the- Court House in Algona. Iowa, before Distru I Court of said county, or th the clerk of said Court: and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above men tioried all persons interested are hereby reriuirtd to appear, and show cause, if any they h-ive, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the lust Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa. October 3 IttXS. KATHARINE Me EVOY. Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON. Deputy WANTED—Married man to work on farm. Must be good worker. Inquire of this office. 40* WANTED—Man with picker to nk-]{ (SO acres of corn.--Mrs. Jacob Winkel. phone 20F13. 40 Miscellaneous ANNOUNCEMENT—The eighth annual stockholders meeting of the K. & H. Co-Operative* Oil Company will be held in Kleinpeter Hall at Buna. Iowa, rdlt'im. IlagKui'l & \v«l Jcr, Algrona, Iowa: managing editor Haggard A Waller, Algona. Iowa: and business managers. Haggard A Waller, Algona. Iowa. 2. That the owners are: J. W. Haggard, Algona. low*. R. B. Waller. Algona. Iowa. 3. That tlie known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security hold- era owning or holding one per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities »r«: 4. That the two paragraph* next above, giving the name* of tre owners, stockholders and security holders, if any. contain not only the Hat of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also. In cases where the stockholder* or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or In any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for vrt om such trustee Is acting. Is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to tbe circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the bookn of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities In a rapacity other than that of a bcma nrle owner: and that tHn affiant haa no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any Interest direct or I r (II reel In the said stock, bonds or other securities than as so stated by him. HAOOARD A WAM.KK F'er R. B. Waller. Subscribed to and sworn before me IliU I'3rd day nf Sci.l r.l'.tk It N KM I'SK. My commission expires July 4. 1939. MANILA FILE FOLDERS 30 ASSORTED TABS BIJINK OR PRINTED THEY STAND THE WEAR! Accurately made of cUar, smooth, .turdy Manila •took that will <jiv« long w«ar. Mad* on automatic machinea which iniurw uniform cutting and tabbing. Single and double top •tyl*t>. LZTTZK UZK •H«*HQ. IDOLS 102 LS ISO DM ir*i«ht Ifedium Medium H.«vy Out St/Ughi H*U- printed t*b« StnifU-doubU lop LIST PRICE 100 11.30 l.SS 2.18 1.000 $10.80 12.78 18.00 Sold By Tb« Algona Upper Des Moines TYPEWRITHaUJ—COMMERCIAL PRINTING » m m m GOOD NEWS The Chrtichille* Store has lets of NEW COATS AND DRESSES Yen, that*s the Important new* that these young ladle* are getting from a customer of The Chrtechitie* Store who haa Just purchased a new Fall outfit—hat, coat and dress. You'll like theae new thing* too—«o distinctive so different, •o chock full of style. Price* are so reasonable-—jronll be surprised at the good looking clothe* you can buy this Fall for so little money. Come up right away—and see these beauUfnl coat* and drease*—Just off the style griddle—hotter than the first wheat cake* In the Fall I SPECIAL FUR SHOWING ONE DAY ONLY Saturday October 8th CHRISHCILLES STORE " hi • with hi* full Uue of g<w »«Mui ANMH fur couU. H« la addition, we will tell our_own u*M>rtnieat AU lUod, of fu« wUI be Uw UJant fld*-1ht Qukfeut Uioy to ttuultol

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