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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 2ft, 1938 PfDI UllVL WEDS WESLEY MAN Minnfie Kutchara, Frank Bleich Married Tues- flay; Will Live in Wes, ley Wesley: Miss Minnie Kutsehara, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kutsehara, of St Benedict, and Frank Bleicb, son of Albert Bleich of Wesley, were married at the St. Benedict Catholic church on Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock with the Rev. Kramer officiating In the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a floor length silk lace gown with a train and a veil caught cap fashion with a solid band of pearls. In her arm sne carried a bridal bouquet of plnlc roses. For her bridesmaid she chose Miss Alice Forburger who wore an aqua blue lace gown over satin, and on her head wore a silver band. Her flow- era were of yellow chrysanthemums. Following the ceremony they retired to the home of her brother, John Kutsehara, where a wedding dinner was served to about 45 relatives and friends at noon. That evening they treated their many friends to a wedding dance In the Welnpetpr hall, and left later for a wedding trip. They expect to make their home around Wesley where both have been well and favorably known all their lives. Mrs. Fred Bush was a Corwlth visitor at the home of Mrs. A! Wagner Thursday. C. W. Goslln and son, Paul of Woden visted friends in Wesley Wednesday afternoon. Miss Mary Eflers, waitress at the Benton cafe spent Thanksgiving with her relatives at Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Root of Ventura. The' Roy and Vincent Klelnpeters were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the A. L. Kleinpeter home. Miss Erma Ward of Rudd spent Thanksgiving week end with her parents, Ma and Mrs. Clarence Ward. Thanksgiving guests at the Alf Studer home were Mrs. Agatha Haverly and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Downs. GIRL CLAIMS MYSTIC POWERS-Jonesville, La.: Photo shows 13-year-old Alice Bell Kirby whose reputed occult powers are the talk of the state. According to reputable neighbors, Alice can make herself float In the air, make tables spin, receive messages from the dead predicting storms, deaths and other events, and many other unexplainable phenomena. The girl, whose grandmother was a medium takes her reputed powers quite casually, making no effort to explain or investigate its Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleinoetcr were supper guests Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer. Mildred Benton of E/nmetsburg spent Thanksgiving week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Em 11 Sorensen of Corwlth. WHY FARMERS choose IOWEALTH Year after year, by every tett, lowealth hai proven ittelf the biggeit- y ieldinc. belt-producing hybrid corn on the market. Stiffer ttalk*. deeper rooti. leafy fodder, 10 to 20 bushel* more corn per acre—thete are jutt a few of the lowealth advantage! you get — and it co*u you leu than $1 an acre for iced. Remember—Jpwe»lth hai an immeme background of yield teit awardi, and ii backed by one of the world's largeit pro- duceri of hybrid corn. Stop in. Get the facts about lowealth. We promiie it will pay you. Hobarton Co Op. Elevator I'hoiie SflFI R. L. Reid, .M K r. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Metier and their children were Thanksgiving: guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman at Algona. v Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dusald ol Mason City spent Thanksgiving al the home of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. John Rlchter. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neuroth, Imogene and Lawrence were Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Urban Neuroth. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins went to Belmond and had Thanksgiving dinner at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray. Mrs. Catherine Hlldman and Pauline spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mrs. Hildman's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Muche. Bernard Erdman, student at the Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, spent Thanksgiving week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman. Miss Aline Martlnek, teacher at Waterloo came home Tuesday evening to spend the Thanksgiving week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martlnek. Mrs. George Vitzthum and Infant daughter came home Wednesday from the General hospital In Algona, where she had been since the birth of her baby, November 14th. Mrs. Ann Kunz and sons, Gordon, Billy and Jerry of Des Moines, were Thanksgiving guesta at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matem. Juliup Kunz was also a guest. The teachers left for their respective homes Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving vacation. Miss Rosamond Eckstein and Miss Dorothy Shanahan left with Miss Eckstein's parents Wednesday evening. Paul Netwlg went to his home at Albert Lea, Minn. Miss Gezina Schutter left for her home In West Bend. Miss Boyer went" to Mount Pleasant. RADIO Service Ed Genrich AT BJL'STttoM'S Phone 520-U or 99 ami QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Free Book Tells of Marvclotn Home Treatment that Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing . ave tx»-nioWforr.-li< fof Stomach an<l Duodon.lOlc.r.,1 „: to E«en Add— ?ocr D'gttt.cn, Sour or Uput »tom- *c.l, Cjninosi, Horthurn. Stttulntnett. • tc., duo 10 EICCCI Acid. .--.,1.1 on I 5 <i .- ,' trull A'k r.r "Wilfard 1 * Mcuag*-' v • , -, >illy nrr.luln* tlui !..„. . _;,,..4 u^io^-ai— A. H. Borchardt Helping Hand Peters Shoe Company i.s getting generous. I guess they are having u change of heart. May be we have not. been pushing their ladits shoes hard enough to suit. I am quite aure they have an axe to grind. Anyhow they sold us 30 dozen (360 pairs) at 11 0<> a pair reduction Tnese are brand new, up-to-the- mlnuU. all leathers, ull colors, all sizes and widths. These are oHi^r" right °" 1 ° f lhtir rfcgular line and in ' ul! r «« «, to of he r. Sa .'^ e k ' nd and 1 ualit y we have been selling f *,» 8- . l .?* Ulni5 this * 1 - 00 a I' air reduction enables us to olfer this 360 pairs at $1.98... You save $1.00 a pair over our prices and that means that you save $2.00 over the T^ St ° r . e priec for th " e same s'iPP^rs are being sold at $4.00 ui towns around us. It is a clean-cut, honest money-saving deal. One thing sure when you buy Peters Shoes you are getting good shoes. You can depend on every pair. So come to Neville's and carry home a J4.00 pair of slippers They will cost you only $1.88. Peters dress slippers at $1.98 are real buys. Sale begins just as which wiu be about The new Princess Silk Hose have arrived so we have a full line of the new colors for Christmas. Jimmie Nevilli HAS HOME PROJECT MEETING Sexton: Mrs. Essie McMahon was hostess to the women's home pfojec meeting Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 22 Tha first lesson on Foods and NU tritlon was given by the leader Mesdames Sanders, Wise and Bern Is to a group of 18 home maker An interesting discussion concern ing the cost of foods and plannln of meals was held after whidh a attractive lunch was served, con slating of the foods prepared In th lesson. Each homemaker voted continue these lessons. The nex meeting will be held January 10th at the home of Mrs. Dale Thomp son. Mr. and Mrs. Henry CTave, Brit spent Thanksgiving day with the) daughter, Mrs. Fred Neahring an family. Mrs. Harvey Steven wiM enter tain the Sexton Ladies' Aid at he home north of town. Thursday aft ernoon, Dec. 1. Mrs. Drusie Noble spent Wednes day night and Thanksgiving day with her daughter. Mrs, Martin Hin ders and family, near Woden. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield an daughter, Edith, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Currtm near LuVerne, Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and son. Dean, went to Humeston, on Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Taylor's father. Mr. Mit chell and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise anc baby. Charlotte Ann and Mrs. Sarah Wise were supper guests on Thanksgiving of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders and children near Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Bemis, Harisburg. & D., came Wednesday evening to spend Thanksgiving day with their son, Sim Bemis and family. They left for nome Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and children of Irvington and Mr. and Mrs. Oren Johnson and sons of Algona were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn., spent Thanksgiving day with Lloyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stevn and family and with Mrs Stevn's mother, Mrs Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stevens and daughter, Muriel, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn., were dinner guests of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, Thanks- iving day. Armstrong Basketball Teams Divide 2 Games Armstrong: The Armstrong girls' and boys' baaketball teams divided a twin bill with Ledyard here on Thanksgivingg night, Nov. 24th. In the first game of the evening .he Armstrong girls emerged victor- ous 14 to 26. Donna Miller of Armstrong led in the scoring, pouring in 9 field goals and two gift shots for a total of 20 points. The Armstrong boys put up a hard fight but the Ledyard boys proved to have more experience. Ledyard maintained the lead throughout the -ame and won 24 to 17. Harold Mitchell, a student at Mason City business college, is pending the week end at the parental Wm. B. Mitchell home. Dale Hansen, a student at Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar ''alls, is spending the Thanksjrlv- ng week end at the parental A. N. lansen home. Craig Irwln, Bill Whitlow, Elline Locker and Jim Vigdal all students at Iowa State College, at \rnes, are spending the Thanksgiv- ng vacation at their respective homes. All are 1938 graduates of he local high school, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson and laughter, Shirley and Mrs. Arthur •leming and son, Sidney, were the Thanksgiving day guests at the lome of their daughter and husband Mn. and Mrs. Bill Fischer and daughter at Lone Rock. Everett Erickson received a painful injury to his foot when he step- on a nail recently. Catholic Daughters Meet at Wesley Wesley: Bridge and five hundred were played at 20 tables at the Catholic Daughters of America card party last Wednesday evening. Lael Root won high prize in 500 and Mrs. 3. L. Studer won high in bridge. Mrs. Ed Hlldman received the door prize. Following cards and lunch an hour of dancing was enjoyed by many. Mrs. J. L. Haverly and son, Donald, furnished the music. NOTICE OP SALE OF SCHOOL FUND LANDS Notice Is hereby given that {he Board of Supervisors of Kosauth County, Iowa, will offer for sale the following described land situated in Engle township: The Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 10 Township 100, Range SO. Snld land to be sold to the highest bidder for an amount not less than the appraised value, as determined by the Trustees of Ragle Township and approved by the Board of Sup- rrvlFor* of Kossuth County, Iowa. The terms of the sale shall be for cash or one-third cash and the bal- «nn? on a crdit not exceeding ten yetiTt, with Interest on the same at the rate of not less than six per cent p*r annum, to be paid at the office of tl.«* County Treasurer In Algona. lowm. The sale of the above described property will take place at the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth county. Iowa, on the 26th day of January. 1»S9. at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. Dated at Alirona. Iowa, this 23rd day of November. I»38. E. S. KINSET, -4S County Auditor. J. B. O'Connor 1-2-3-4-7 g jlj Wilfred Johnson 2 til Bert B. Baldwin s til Nellie O. Taylor 5 til Kverett Faith ,.*8S17 Paul Fechner E! 1-3 7 226 W 1-8 8 228 1*37 1M7. 1*37 1P37 1M7 . 8.27 7.81 1.08 3.18 .14 .07 .11 .OS .so 8.23 a.«i 7.73 i.d 3.98 Amelia Noita Ex loin «-« and W 48' of 7 881 1937 Wm. Kuhn Jr 282 1837 Eva R. Towne SH of 17-18 all of 27-28 277 _, Ittt , . „ CALL & SMART'S ADD. Jacob Harlg z 2 1837 Fredollne Steussy 4-5 4 l»37 Huldft A Ed«f. Genrlch .. C 5 1987 Hulda & Edw. Qenrlch .. 7 5 1987 F. A. Dan son 8 8 1987 CALL'S THIRD ADD. Frank Becker *.. 4 S • 1987 Mabel Lund 4-5 8 1937 H. E. Rlst ft Guy Hantor 6 6 1837 CALL'S SOUTH ADD. Mfte Jones *I-2 8-4-6 1 1937 Mary J. Ward 8 1 1917 „ ,, „ _,. CALL'S PARK ADD. Melda M. Finn 4 1 1987 Raymond Neurdth 4 2 1937 Russell ft Zelba Maxwell 5-6 2 x 1937 Mary Jennings 13 2 1937 Raymond Neuroth 20-21 2 1937 _ ,_. RESERVATION NO. 2 Rose Householder 2 N 1 rd. s.nd W% of 6 1 1937 CALL'S AVB. ADD. Lnura Ho It camp 9 240 1937 P. A. Danson et al NH ex W. 4 rd N 347.61' 1 242 1937 Sarah and Ella Walker 8-4-5 ex W 4 r«s of 7-8 246 1937 Paul C. Qellenfeid 6-6 246 1987 1937 60.68 2,73 .30 68.71 28.17 66.70 lit .80 .80 S4.61 69.61 28.17 .81 .30 28.99 H. C. Johannaen N 68' of E 66' Lot 3 NE?4 S&K H. E. Rlst & Guy Hantor •lot 4 aud plat NEU SEH Julius Peterson, tot IS Aud. Plat NEU 8BU Frank Btebrltz Cot 18 Aud. Plat NEU 8EU Roy BJustrom N 4 rd. of E 8 rd. of Lot 8 And. Plat SEU SEU W. C. & P. A. Banson AUDITOR'S PLAT 95 95 95 95 S9 29 29 2* 1937 1937 1937 1937 18.62 14.46 4.08 21.60 22.68 1.08 9.91 4.60 46.58 80.23 28.20 24.18 2.02 12.09 .70 24.92 16.12 .68 17.78 72.24 86.27 61.25 11.59 14.10 .31 .65 .18 .97 1.0S .05 .46 .SO 4.12 1.36 1.87 1.09 .09 .64 .03 .80 .80 .30 .3* .80 .SO .30 .80 .60 .30 .30 .80 .30 .30 .30 1.12 .72 .03 .40 1.25 1.63 6.54 .26 .68 .30 .80 .80 .80 .80 .80 .60 .80 .80 14.23 16,40 .4.61 *M7 23.90 1.48 10.66 6.00 60.80 3189 29.77 26.67 2.41 12.93 1.03 26.84 17.14 1.01 2 95 29 1927 40.30 1.81 .30 42.41 XOTICK OF SALE OF SCHOOt, FCXD LANDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, will offer for sale the following described lard situated 'n I'lum Creek township: The South Half of the North-east Quarter of Section 17, Township 8«, Range 28. Said land fo be sold to the highest mider for an amount not less than he appraised value, as determined by the Trustees of Plum Creek Township and approved by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, owa. Tte terms of the sale shall be for asfi or one-third cash and the bal- ince on a credit not exceeding ten •ears, with Interest on the same at he rate of not less than six per cent er annum, to be paid at the office f tlie County Treasurer In Algona. owa. The sale of the above decsrlhed roperty will take place at the Court use In AlKona. In Kossuth county, owa. on the 26th day of January, 939. at the hour of 2 o'clock I' M Dated at Algeria. Iowa this 23rd' ny of November. 1938. 13. S. KINSEY. S-49 County Auditor. NOTICE OF SALE OP SCHOOL FUND LANDS Notice Is hereby given that the oard of Supervisors of Kossuth ounty, Iowa, will offer for Bale the blowing described land situated In lierman Township: The Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter In Section 23, Township 94. Range 28. Sii/tl land to be sold to the 1 fullest dder for an amount not less than 10 appraised value. a« determined y the Trustees of Sherman Town- Up and approved by the Board of upervlsors of Kossuth County. Iowa. The terms of the sale shall be for ash or one-third cash and the bal- nce on a credit not exceeding ten cars, with Interest on the same at e rate of not less thnn six per lit per annum, to be paid at the fflce of the County Treasurer In Al- »ria. Iowa. The sale of the above described roperty will take place at the lourt House In Algona. In Kosmith 'ounty. Iuwn. on the 26th day of anuiiry. 1939, at the bour of 2 'chirk P. M. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this i.lrd ay of November. 1938. K. S. KINSKY. S-<9 County Auditor. . iCom. 38 rd. W ard 10U 1 rd. N of SB cor Sec 2 th E 8rd. N 9 rd W 8 rd S 9 rd I to beg IV. J. Slgebee E 60' S 9 rd WH lot 7 8EK SBU Ruth Black 'Lot 2 Aud. Plat G. L. 6 Nellie O. Taylor Lots 1616 17 Gov. Lot 6 Ben F. Sorenson 2 95 28 2 95 29 S 95 29 2 95 29 lot B Aud^Plat SE>4 NEU 11 95 29 Mrs. Battle KuhnSfc of 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 75.86 20.15 12.76 81.27 42.36 3.41 .91 1.15 3.66 2.63 .30 .30 .80' .30 .30 following com 22 fd 8 nnd 2 rd W of NB cor W 10 rd S 8 rd E 10 rd N «o be* 11 95 29 Emory Crouch Lot 6 aud. plat NWK NW% N 82H' lot 6 aud plat NW^NW* 12 96 29 . , „ „ , LUTE A. T. BTACT'S ADD. Llyod Stelnman 4 2 1937 Florence Stelnman 6 2 1937 C. R. LaBarre »6 2 1937 Lloyd Stelnman 12 2 1937 \Vm. Busch 15 2 1937 Lloyd Stelnman ..8 & E2rd 7 3 1937 . _.. „ OAK PARK ADD. A. Whits 7-8 1937 E. J. Van Ness ..45-48-47-48 1937 Kathryn Lashbrook 54-65-56 1937 _, „ _ PINE GROVE ADD. Edna N. Ferguson 1 1937 •J. B. Murtagh 2 {937 H u ,da Schm.dt 11-14*"? ° REST A °?m Ttilda Schmidt 16-16 1 1937 Franklin M. Etherlngton Arnold & Imogene Sand' era 8% of 7-8-9-10-11 3 1937 ALGONA DISTRICT NO. 2 , . CALL'S ADD. Alma Johnson 10 1937 Alma Johnson n 1937 .. A. Hyde •! 49 1937 pavld Hegarty Est .3-4-6-6 72 1936 r>av d Hegarty Egt 3-4 72 1937 lavld Hegarty Est 5-6 72 1937 'erry C. Thompson W 2 3 2 lit 1937 rr e !T. y £ Thompson .. 3-4 116 /1937 Nellie O. Taylor 4 181 1937 Nsllle O. Taylor 5181 1937 n . , , _ . BANCROFT INCORP.—OHIO. PLAT Chester & Berton John- 5 1987 17.61 .79 .80 18.70 1937 12.10 .64 .30 12.94 1.80 1.63 4.17 l.?4 5.07 1.80 .90 3.43 20.30 3.25 3.97 6.45 1.13 2.26 17.15 4.92 14.76 1.42 12.89 10.98 2.63 .63 8.92 .£3 .35 .04 .03 .29 .03 .30 .04 .02 .16 191 ,07 .09 .16 .03 .06 .39 .22 .66 .13 1.74 .49 .12 .02 .40 .02 .01 .30 .36 .60 .30 .30 .30 .80 .30 .80 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 -SO .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 2.14 1.86 6.06 1.77 6.67 2.14 3.62 4.36 6.90 1.46 6.44 15.71 2.15 16.-M 11.77 3.05 .85 9.62 .65 .66 XOTICK OP KALIS OF SCHOOL Fl-WD I, A MIX Notice Is hereby given that the Joard of .Supi-rvisi.ru of Kosxulh • ninty, lowu. will offer for sale the blowing deai-rlbed land situated In •vlngton township: _ Tin- Kant One-Quarter of tre .y'rlliwfwt One-Quarter (1^^4 N\V>,4). and r:'mimenclng 40 rods went of th« Southeast corner of the Northwest Quarter, thence •\\eni <j(i roils. North 71',4 rods, Kant Sf'i rods, thenc" South to bfjcimijriK. All )n Section 27, Township 95 Ha nee US. Said land to be noli] to the highest Idiler for an amount not less than the Trustees of Irvington Town- I> Mini R|>i>rovr<l by tl .- Hoard of upcrvlsorn of Kossuth County owa. The terms of the sale shall be for jxli or one-thlril cash and the balm.'B on a credit not exceeding ten ears, ivlth Interest on the same at »• rate of not less than six per cent IT annum, to be paTo" at the office f the County Treasurer In Algona, The Hale of the above described roperty will take place at the Court louse In Algona, In KoBsuth County, owa, on the 2«th day of January, 'J'.t'J. at the hour of 2 o'clock I J M Dated at Algona. Iowa, this 23rd ay of November, 1938 a a KINSKY. i( ' 19 County Auditor. Chester & Berton John- non s 3 Eva Chapman • 7 3 Eva Chapman • 8 3 American Yoeman «N30' 1 4 F. J. & Joseph H. flatten N 80' of 8 120' 1 N 43 1-3 1 of E 10' 8 83 1-3' 2 S 40 1 S 40' of K 10' S 83 1-3' 4 4 Frances C. Hart 14 9 Mary Hegrer 15 9 \Vm. Carolar 14 S Catherine Carolan 16 8 W. T. CJara V, Keller 3 Clara V. Keller 4 Nicholas 8cholte« 15 1937 87.76 1.70 .30 J9.7« Nicholas Scholtes 'Kenneth Dltsworth Theo. A. Dlxon Theo. A. Dlxon Tl eo. A. Dlxon (Tim. A. Dixon jThi-o. A. Dlxon Tbfo. A. Dlxon Thi-o. A. Dlxon Mrs. Itattlfi Llchllter Mrs. Ilattle Llchllter Mrs. Hattle Llchllter T. A. Dixon T. A. Dixon .18 1 . 2 3 4 5 < 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 T. A. Dlxon is Kenneth DlHworth ... 14 Kerneth Ditsworth (Cenneth Dffsworth Kenneth Dltsworth Kenneth Dltsworth Mut. Trust Life Ins. . 17 ..18 ..19 . 20 ..12 Flora M. allies 3 Flora M. Ollles 4 Flora M. allies 5 Flora M. allies 6 1937 1937 1937 1937 1938 1937 1937 1937 1937 LOT CO.'S 1ST ADD. 3.78 11.65 11.66 7.53 1987 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 17.ll 31.20 7.99 17.76 33.04 2.27 23.60 16.62 1.13 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.51 1.G1 1.51 .78 .79 8.88 1.61 1.51 1.51 18.88 1.51 1.51 1.51 1.52 11.10 .22 .22 .22 .22 .17 1.16 1.16 .68 1.92 1.50 .18 .80 1.49 .10 1.06 .37 .03 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .04 .04 .40 .07 .07 .07 .85 .07 .07 .07 .07 .26 .01 .01 .01 .01 .30 .60 .60 .60 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 .10 .30 .39 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 4.25 13.41 13.41 8.81 19.63 35.10 8.47 18.86 34.83 5 .67 .96 Flora M. allies 7 it Flora M. allies 8 s{ Flora M. allies 9 21 Flora M. allies . 10 21 Lucy A. Dlxon . . . 11 S3 T. A. Dlxon .... . 12 22 T. A. Dlx*n ... IS 22 r. A. Dixon .* . .14 « F. Anderson ... 19 22 F. Anderson ... 20 j| Wm. Carolan . . .11. ft Wm. Carolan . '12 ft Hanna Bratlurd 2 27 Hftnna Bffttlund § 2T Lena Sehluttner .j 1 28 Lena SchlUttnor i 28 L«h* Schluttner 3 28 Lena Sbr.luttner 4 £8^ ^ Albert Cutler « 1 Ellen McCoweln »l>ejr 8 rd W ol 8W corjlot 14 Blk 1 Call'il Add N 40 rd W 8 rd S 40 r4 E 8 rd ot beg 1 A. W. Kenredjr 11 2 Carl Geo. Johnson 12 2 Carl Oeo. Johnson ...... 18 1 Carl Oeo. Johnson 14 2 Carl Oeo. Johnsor begr 26 67-83 rd E of SW co? of NWH SEC. 24-98-29 N 20 rd E 8 rd 8 20 rd W to beg Wm. Carolan 6-6 1 Wm. Carolan 6 1 Wm. Carolan 6 1 198 193 198. 1987 1937 1937 1987 .2S .22 11! , 1.61 1.61 1.62 28.32 •H! £6.48 2.01 fi'tt .71 .71 .01 .80 01 04 .84 .07 .07 .07 .07 lit 1.71 0 $ .03 1937 19S7 ~l.S8 A3 .30 .80 ,30 .30 .80 1937 1987 1937 1937 1937 45.84 3.78 1.77 9.B4 1.78 4.26 .17 .08 .46 .08 .60 1987 ADD 1938 1937 1037 US .05 .80 (Continued on next page.) 75.02 42.48 4.72 10.13 1.91 .21 .60 .80 .30 50.40 4.25 2.15 10.29 2.16 l.KO 86.75 44.69 6.28 GIVE continuous pleasure the whole year 'round A Subscription to the Upper Des Moines A gift that REALLY keeps on giving! Every week of the year, the persons to whom you give The Algona Upper Des Moines will thank you all over again. You'll be giving a gift of absorbing reading matter . . . news, editorials, amusement ... all up- toathe-mlnute ... an essential to the well Informed. $1.50 per year in Kossuth County $2.50 per year in all other sections Use the Handy Coupon Below ... 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J. DeGraw Anna Hutton "rV'in. Henry Salmon .... 4 •' A. Barton *NVi lot 6 Bub dlv. of 4 Lucy C. Llzcr f - . 1937 KKHERVATION NO. 1 .10-WU S 1 1937 " 1 1937 1 1937 2609 .69 30 269J 12.89 .64 .30 12.81 1410 .63 .30 JSOJ 27.09 .61 .30 28.00 rene-Ellzabeth Uimuth 3-4 118 C 1937 E 1>37 CALL'S AX>D. ^^ 2.18 4.63 .20 .20 .60 .30 . 1«J7 261 .04 .SO 2.88 8.01 2.81 Trade in Your Old Stove on a SPIR-0- FLAME OIL HEATER A Leader in the Field Model No. 6213C Circulating Heater Beautiful walnut brown crystallized baked-on enamel. Chromium plated trim. Height 46 in., width 26 in. Depth over-all, including tank, 28 in. Size of burner 13 in. Size of heat drum 13 in. Diameter of vent-a- duct flu 7 in. Size of pipe collar 6 ia Capacity of oil reservoir 7 gal. Approximate heating capacity, 6,000 to 9,000 cubic feet. Oil consumption in gallons for 24 hours, minimum 2gallons, maximum 9 gallons. Weight 250 Ibs. Regular Price $99.50 SPECIAL $79.50 Save $20.00 Plus Liberal Allowance for Your O 1 d Stove Terms Bjustrom's Furniture—Appliances

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