Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1932 · Page 6
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• * • ^ * *'ESIX AGED TITONKA WOMAN PASSES AFTER ILLNESS TItonka, Sept. 13 —Mrs. Harmka Swyter Daniels died at her home last week Tuesday, after a long illness, and funeral services were held last Thursday at the church •northeast of town. Mrs. Daniels, who was past 77 at fteath, was born 'February 27, 1855. In Germany, and came to America In 1805. She lived at Wellsburg, Iowa, eight years, then In South iDakota, seven years. \ With her husband, the late Harm Daniels, Mrs. Daniels came to Woden, where they lived seven years, moving to the Kruger farm near TItonka In 1921. Eleven children survive: Albert, Renills, S. D.; Martin and Herman, Garner; William, Ackley; Claus, Frost, Minn.;* George, at home; Mrs. Fred Klunder, Holland, la.; iMrs. Henry Schraeder, Woden; Mrs. Sidney Higgle, Crystal Lake; Mrs. Henry O. Johnson, Ireton; and Mrs. August Rotschofer,, Wesley. Sisters and brothers are: Mrs. Tom Neneen and Mrs. Evert Ross, "\Velteburg-; Mrs. George Swyter, Clara City, Minn.; and Martin Swy- ter, Germany. The Dr. R. C. Balls were at Forest City Sriday evening and brought home Geneva Hansen for the weekend with their eldest daughter Barbara. Slack Children lirouglit Home— E. O. Slack drove to Illinois one day last week and got hpme Sunday with his daughter Violet and son Neil, who had spent most of the summer there. Neil is a sophomore in high school, and Violet, who attended Morningside college last year, is not yet certain whether she will go there or a school at Brookings, S. D., where she has relatives. iFor the present Violet and Neil are at Ray Hansen's. New Track Record A -BBI'E GUY. BLACK pacing mare owned by (Frank Bundy, St. Paul, who'raced the mile in the remarkable time of 2:04% at the Clay county fair at Spencer in 1931. Shower at St. Joe In Honor of Bride-to-Be Tony Is Hit liy Truck- One day last week, while Raymond Rickleff xva truck frightened away. -Raymond i riding a pony, a it, and it ran fell off, but the pony ran in front of the truck, -which, too close to stop In time, hit it. The pony suffered painful but not serious injuries on one side. Farmer's Birthday Celebrated— The Roy Budlongs spent Sunday with the William Stoutenbergs, west of Burl, helping honor Mr. Stouten- bcrg's 65th birthday anniversary^ Anna Eruns, Estella Bonacker, and Horace Schenk were also there. St. Joe, Sept. 13—A miscellaneous shower was given last week Tuesday night at Mrs. Peter Kirsch's In honor of Alvina Becker, 35 married women attending. The evening was spent at 500, and Alvina won first, She then unwrapped gifts, and lunch was served at 11:30. Clara Thul, Rose Becker, and Bertha Tliul gave a grocery shower last Thursday evening at George Thul's for Alvina, and "500" was played, Josephine Dalhauser winning first, Helen Dalhauser consolation. After play the bride-to-be unwrapped gifts, and lunch was served. Thirty- five young women attended. Life No Bed of Roses for an Examiner Explosion at U. S. Last week Wednesday an explosion occurred at B. S. Pannkuk's. The firemen were called and extinguished a blaze, but the summer kitchen was destroyed. The cause of the explosion is not .known. Xeiv Friendly Club Sleets- Last week Wednesday Jlrs. Anton Becker, assisted by Mrs. J. P. McNeill, entertained the Friendly club, 20 women attending. After contests Mrs. R. V. Fitch gave a -10-minute talk on the state fair. Five Hundred was then played and lunch was served at 5. The next meeting will be held. Wednesday, October 5, at the Mrs. Peter X. Thilges home, Mrs. Karel assisting. Drillirii Crane Hauled Away— Last week Tuesday a Rockwell ity man with a caterpillar tractor ook the Eno and Montgomery crane ack to Rockwell City. It had been sed all summer in the construction f new bridges on No. 169. [•Ltvermore Gazette.] Examiner-in-charge E. A. Schemel apologized for being: a trifle late to his duties ' at the State bank here Wednesday morning, on account of his feed pipe springing a leak and breaking-, running all hte good gas onto the roact between Algona and St. Joe. His misfortune happened north' of St. Joe, but by pushing, pullfng, cussing, and coasting he managed to get to the next station for gas and 1 repairs. He deplored ,losing' all that gt>od gas and digging' up- for repair bills, and when we explained to him ttrat the gae and garage men haxl to live- too> he failed 1 , to see any humor- lit our remarks. Fishermen Oft' for Minnesota— A number of local fishermen left Saturday for a week at Leech Lake, Minn. E. O. Slack, H. A. French. Lee O. Wolfe, and others were in the party. This week's Topic is being edited by Mrs. AVolfe. School Boy Milking Good— •Irwin Eden has entered- the Britt junior college for his second year. In high school there he won a $10 goldpiece offered by the Woman's club to the student having the highest grades. Wrecked Truck Taken Away— A wrecking truck came Friday to haul to Mason City a gravel truck damaged last week Monday while Chester Thomas was operating it. Hlg-h School Ball Nine Wins— The first H. S. ball game of the season was played Friday afternoon against Crystal Lake here; score 11-3, favor of Titonka. ck-T'i) Xines Play Ball- There was a ball game Sunday on he local diamond between pick-up earns, Orville Wagner and Ray- lond Kramar leaders. Orville's earn won, S-7. 'exnns Will Pick Corn- Mike Kupper, Richard Hubert, nd Joseph Schab arrived from Texas last week Wednesday for orn-husking. KEE F( S HOUSE R PIONEER ATIRVINGTON Irvlngtori, Sept. 13--*Mr. aiid Mrs.* James Jenkins, -Fairmont, Minn., plan to remain here this fall and winter and keep house for 3tf.de !». Parsons. Mrs. Jenkins Is a granddaughter of Mr. Parsons, a daughter of Mrs. John Brahdow, also of •Fairmont. The Jenkins have one child, Mrs. Olive GreSs, Hamer, N. D. Another daughter of Mr. Parsons, who came last week to attend her mother's funeral, plans to leave for her home" sometime thle with her son Fay, who has week been employed for over two years at the Sumner Parsons farm. After a short visit he will returned to his work here. Mrs. Cox Bruised In Fall- Mrs. J. M. Cox has been suffering with' several bruises and cuts about the face as the result of a fall a week ago Tuesday when she turned her ankle and fell, striking her face on a board sidewalk at her home. The tissues in the bridge of her nose were broken. She also suffered a badly bruised eye 'and mouth, and from bruises elee- where. Ash ford Family Has Accident—The Ashford. family; Estherville, en route to the Boldrldge home Saturday evening were ' considerably bruised and shaken up when their car got out of control and turned over twice. The car was badly wrecked. The family was brought to the Boldrldge home, where they spent Saturday night. Wm. Bold- i-idge Jr. Sunday. took them to Estherville Punl Miller. 9; Has Party—••* Mrs. Earl Miller gave a party Saturday afternoon in honor of her son Paul's ninth birthday. Attend- fng were his teacher, Mary Wilden, Howard and Herbert Widert,'Alvin Loss, Dwight 'Sabin, Normo.n Funk, Robert and Austin Summers, Fred Hudson, Wayne Lemkee, Riley, and Paul Earl Miller's Aunt Die*— Mrs. TSett Redpath, Boone,. aunt of Earl Miller, died at her home of bronchial pneumonia last week Tuesday, after a short Illness. Funeral services were held at the Bbont- Christian, church Friday. The Millers drove to Boone to see Mrs. Red pa til a fe~w days before her death-.. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Fitch took i Other Titonka News. Among school children who at tended the county -fair were Keith ryn and. Wilbur Schram, Edith Reynolds, Loraine and Woodrow Peter son, Donald. Banta. Margaret Cal lies, Barbara Ball, Mildred, Fern and Harold Krantz, Lois Helfnei and Hazel Miller. The O'Hara girls, St. Paul, wer here Saturday to see about repair at the O'Hara farm west of tow tenanted by the Harvey Grahams The O'Haras were pioneers here. A monthly meeting of Farmer elevator was held Saturday evening The management, under Fred Ha gan, shows : an increase in collec tions. The Antone Pannkuks were Mason City Sunday. The daughte Marguerite is taking nurses' train ing at Mercy hospital there. The L. D. Prewltts, Forest Citj were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lee O Wolfe. Mr. Prewltt is Lola, eldes daughter of Mr. Wolfe. The William Nelsons, of Benson, Neb., were at Carrie Bonacker's and Lewis 'Larson's last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. C. Reibsamen, Van Reib- samen, and H, P. Bobblnghouse, of Marshalltown, were at Des Moines last week. The.,George Johnsons, Waterloo, have been at Raymond Bonacker's. Mr. Johnson is Mrs. Bonacker's father. The Lewis Larsens drove to Clarion .Sunday to visit the sons Kennit and Kenneth, employed in a hotel. Mrs. Marie Saathoff. who has been confined to bed since Friday with heart trouble, Is improving. Albert Meyers, Los Angeles, arrived last week Wednesday to look after business matters here. The Dr. C. A. Conkllns, of Des Moines, were week-end guests at the RURAL MAIL ROUTES ARE CONSOLIDATED AT TITONKA heir daughter, Mrs. Howard Shore, xnd the latter's baby, to Eagle trove Saturday. Mrs. Shore had een visiting her parents while 31r. Shore was getting established in an il station there. Matt Zeimet and his daughter Elizabeth, accompanied by the former's father, Henry Zeimet Sr., and two .St. Joseph Sisters, drove to T'ort Dodge Saturday. John Kayser, accompanied by Anna Kayser and Alice and Viola Phillips, drove to Cylinder last week Wednesday to visit the Nick Eischens. Mrs. J. K. Shepler, Clarion, and her daughter Ruth spent last week Wednesday with another daughter, Mrs. .1. P. McNeill. Mrs. Tom Devine. with an Eagle Grove sister, spent last week with a brother and other relatives in Minnesota. Friends gathered at M. J. Kell- ner'e Sunday to help Isabelle Kellner celebrate her 20th birthday. Mrs. M. Hanifan and her grandson Thomas, visited at , Livermore Friday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dieter, West Bend, spent several days at Joseph Becker Sr.'s last week. UNION GIRLS PLAGE THIRD ON FAIR BOOTH Union Twp.,. Sept. 13—Tin? JLletlV- ean 4-H girls 1 ' club won thi'rii on' booth at the county fair. The- girls- studied first-year home firrm'sning. Every booth In the cluft- buirdlhg. was scored on a basis of 1,000 points. The Aletfteans helped! their- score by having a recent book, and a personal expense account Doofc from every member;. Their boothi also had good posters and newspaper clippings covering the club; Lii> cille Dearchs and 1 'Frances "Winkel gave a good dermmatratioTO oni Bit- lows., Any club represented; by a demonstration team added at posai-- Illclianf Rofilsorr Js- Married— Ross Robison, Kalispell, Mont., writes that his eldest son Richard,' employed at Los Angeles, Calif., for- several years, was recently married, and' the newlyweds are visiting in Kalispell. All of the Robison children except Wayne are now married. "Wayne Is in the navy. at Jos. WJ»h*imt'« lit Wrticrbtt, is hoftor of Mr. Setilchti'8 blrthdAy. tit. knikMra. W- M. flummefi. of fiagte Grove, and -Mr. and MM. Austin SummeM and children left Tuesday for southern Minnesota to spend several days visiting. The Frank McDonalds and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Anderaon, of Sao City, were Sunday guests at Jt. M. Cox and Earl Miller's. Mr. McDonald and Mrs. Cox are cousins. Mrs. A. McLean and Mrs. 'P. W. Orobe drove to Mason City Saturday and took Mrs. Lofing, who had been here several days, home. They returned Sunday, The Arthur Rlleye and Mrs. Charles Sankey' visited Sunday at Ira Hewitt's at Swea City, and at Robert Sankey's at Bancroft. The Lewis Hackbarths, of Lotte Creek, Mr. arid Mrs. Theo Blerstedt and son, - Fenton, were Sunday guests at Andrew Funk's. The' Rev. A. English preached Sunday on, Dorcas, LEGAL NOTICES We hav v ea Jlmtled choice fafnii. ''>--, loan on Haggard & Falkenhainer AtGOKA, IOWA We 200 points to its score. Former Union Girl aTarrlei— Friends of Ruth Hutchinson, of Washington, B;. C^. former Union girl and Algona higte school graduate, will be interested" to know that she was married a year ago last June to William Hooker r also Washington. Sirs. Hooker tausnt. rural schools near Lone Rock two years, but has .for sometime had a government job in the naval', research laboratory. • She is a sister of Mrs. Robert Sarchet. Four Corners Do-g- Att'acBrs John MlITep— A strange bulldog attacked John 3TlTIer at the ice cream factory in Algona- one day last week. -A painful scratch on fiis left arm was his onfy wotmdY He- was at the back of the car putting down the trunk to get ice- when- the d'og sprang at him. JTarsIiall Watsons Hare Son— Mr. and: Mrs. Marshall Watson, Harlany are parents of a boy, Winston Marshall, born August 29. He is- employed in an editor's office at Harfan-.. Breaks. Right Arm In Fan— Mrs:. Martin Becker Is suffering from jt broken rig-ht arm, received Friday,, when she fell from a step ISid'der- wMIe papering-. Other Irvington News. TTre Missionary society will meet next wwtt Friday afternoon at the churehi. Topics are: 'The Outlook for the- Year, and The Younger Generation, Mrs. Earl Miller will lead, and Mesdames O. L. Miller and A. McLean are. hostesses. The society's; portion of White Grose work will .also be made up. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell, St. Paul, came- ; Snnday to epend several weeks Marlotv Barn Is lU'bullt— The barn on the Bert Marlow farm, north of the Black Cat, which was burned some weeks ago is being rebuilt by William Aman- and his crew, of Algona. The old cement basement walls had to be dynamited out, but the foundation below the ground is betas re-used. The new barn, which is now t>elng shingled, is an exact replica of the one burned, and Is 34x56 feet in dimensions. at Sam Reaper's. Mr. Bedell and Mr. Reaper are going to be busy for some time ' shingling the corn crib and the hose on Mr. Bedell's farm east of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Vevle, Dodge, spent Friday evening Fort anc Saturday with the Austin Summers Mrs. ,Geo. Nelson, son, !Lu Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nelson, Clear .Lake, were Sunday visitors at the Summers home. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, Mrs Maud Schrader. and Mr. and Mrs Percy Schichtl were Sunday guests ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Koseuth county. Septembei term, A. D. 1932. Or. S. Buchanan, as Receiver of the Bank of Lu Verne,'"Lu Verne, Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Clara McCormlck 'and Ernest L. McCormlck, her husband, Vera Wheeler and —Wheeler, her husband, E. L. Anderson and •Henry Hinz, Defendants. To the Above Named Defendants, and Bach of Them: You are hereby notified that on or before the 9th day of September, A. D. 1932, there will be on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named County and State t&e Petition of the plaintiff claiming Judgment against the defendant*, Clara McCormlck and Ernest L. MoCormlck, her husband, for the sunro of Seven Hundred Fifty-four andreX/IOO 1 Dollars ($754.62) together with) interest thereon from September 2Dth-,. • 1932, at eight per cent (8%) per- annum on a certain note of Thirteen: Htrrtdred Eighty- two and 61/100.1 Dollars ($1382.61) given by said" defendants to W. Scott Hanna on- January ITtfi, 1025, due on or before- January 17th, 1926, which was'- endorsed! to plaintiff and which 1 is- now the property of the plaintiff; and' also- asking judgment for the? further sum of Eighteen and 60/100 Dollars ($18.60) 'being the amount adVa-rrced! by j plaintiff for continuation of Abstract of Title, and' also asking judgment- for costs including- an attorney's fee for- plaintiff's- attorneys. Plaintiff also asks Decree for the foreclosure of a- certain' mortgage given by the defendants, Clara McCormick and Ev. L.. NTcGbrmicR; on January 17th, 1925, to< secure tlie- note above described' covering- an undivided two third- (2/3) interest in the West half(W%'-)' of th> Southeast Quarter (SE"%) of Section 1 Thirty-two (32), Township' Ninetyfour (94) North;. Range- Twenty- seven (27), West" of" thV Fittlr F. M., arid recorded ln^ the office- of the- Recorder of Kossuth" county,, in Book' 93 of Land! Mortgages on Page 465. Plaintiff also asks that the judgment above prayed' for be- decreed o be a first, prior, and' superior Hen against said premises' and' that vhatover Interest', the- defenda-reis}- or- any of them, may have- in said 1 premises that it Be- decreed! to be unior and Inferior- toi rmv Hew of ilaintiff'e mortgage- and 1 Hjlnt a- Special Execution- issue fOu a sale- of the mortgaged'premisesj.antr that said premises, or • so - muohi aa= may be necessary be eold 1 ttn satisfy- sai'dt judgment with interest,, coats and 1 advancements. Plaintiff further asks; for- tlte 1 appointment of a Receiver- to tafce immediate, possession- of th-e> mortgaged premises wlthi a-utftwfty to accruing between^ th'e- date of the commencement of-' this* axrtfom and the expiration of' the> perifcwf of redemption' and to apply- the net proceeds upon the IndbtttedlNsw secured! by plaintiff's mortgage-. For further partioutors, see Petl- toin when on filev Now, unless you- appear thereto and defend on op-baftire rtooo of the second day of the-next term of saidl Court to be held' at tbe- Courthouse in Algona, .Iowa, ta said county commencing oni the- 19th day of September 7 A. D). 1982;, AefiiiiiU will be- entered against^ youi and Judgment rendered thereon; in - accordance with the prayer- of satd 1 Petition. Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 521 Algona, Iowa. "The Patron Fixes the Price" KNIFE GRINDING SERVICE SILAGE CUTTER KNIVES B FEED GRINDER KNIVES We are well equipped tor this work. Give us a trial. Thorpe Wood & Iron Works On Call Street, north o* Norton Lumber Yard The Four Corners M. & D. club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Alice Ditsworth. 'Program: song, Sweet Hour of Prayer; roll call— payment of clues; paper, Mrs. Rena Cruikshank; musical number. Margaret Ditsworth. The next meeting s to be with Mrs. Edna Mitchell September 28. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowman, Irene \Vitham, and L. J. Lowman spent ast week Sunday with the N. R. Robinsons, Spencer. Mr. Robinson lad been "under the weather" two veeks. The visitors called on an aunt of Mrs. Lowman at Milford. The school in Dlst. No. 7, Union, was closed last week Tuesday and Friday to enable teacher and pupils to attend the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mitchell returned to Chicago a week ago Sunday, after a short visit with Mr. Mitchell's folks, the Etna Mitchells. Lester's mother accompanied them for visits at Macomb, 111., and on the way home, in southern Iowa. She will return with Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Larson, who will leave next week to visit relatives at Fail-field Titonka, Sept. 13—The rural mail routes. Xos. 1 and 2, will hereafter be consolidated eight months of the year, beginning .September J. Both regular and auxiliary carriers will ha-.-c- substitutes. Lou Heifner will work both routes April 15 to De- ctrnbfcr 15. Mr. Heifner will start fc&icJiwards on No. 1 and continue on No. 2. The- route will be GO.7 mile: \wg. Thi- amount saved will be $716 annually, plus 15 days vaca- i&y I'jr <>ne carrier. More rura colsolidated every expense. Accident Victim Faces Operation— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey have had word that a sister-in-law, Mrs. James Harvey, Cozad, Neb., injured in an automobile accident here a •few weeks ago, has not been getting along well since return to her home. She suffered a skull fracture, and it may be necessary to operate to relieve pressure. Doctor Sarchet Loses Wife- Local relatives of Dr. George Sarchet, who has a hospital at Mobridge, S. D., have received word of the recent death of his wife, who was a nurse. George, [Presley, and Mark Sarchett are the doctor's brothers, and all were reared on is now the Rich Bros. farm. 49-50-1-2 Attmnaeys for Plaintiff RE AD) the Want Ads WHAT IS R-C-A Victor Bi-Acoustic Raidib was the talk at Radio Headquarters fair weefe. Sfany -were unable to get the desired information; RCA Victor Radio has B-ampli'fication; wfrereby two more octaves of music are repEOdoeedi. New tubes were designed by/ the RCA. Radio/trail Co. to faithfully reproduce the musiei. . ,The greatest improvement in* Radio) since 1922 when RCA Radiola introduced the Superfretrodyiie Hear the new RCA Victor BirAcraistic; RaifiJct) first. HOLEGEK RADIO & MUSIC SHOP PHONE 37H BUSINESS W-. B. Quartern QTJAIITON ' oir Office phone 460-^? B - a - nk Phone,,: . 3. B. McM.,403' ! ';*• "hone*: *.*. VAN NESS, G. W j 0. D. Shumway '..< ^H Alfo^J of^r-^i Phone 68 Office over Iowa Ph ° ne 206 ' TJ . J.. ««., OUJ , l Attorney.At.l aw , Office over Iowa State Phones: Office, 460-J======' DOCTORS JOTTX X. Physician 1111,1 Office over .Rexaii Drug Of f ice phone 300 Res. phone 326. C« 3 ~., Ph 'y slci ^"" ana'"suS I Office in John Galbraltt i' Phones: Office, 310' «« i VJgona '' TOUR PRINTED MESSAGE you have to say should be sa'id in an effective way. For fine printing— ; of any type—call on us. .Rapid service and very ; low prices. ^Ve aim to serve and please. ftttomtte P. T. JAJfSE, Physician mid rf Office on South Dodge Phones: Office, GG6; resl Algona, Iowa WALTER PRASEIl, i Physician and Surgeon! Office in Quinby Bldg.,! Phone No. 12 MELVIJf 0. HOURS! Physlclnn and Siirgttil Office in Postoffice B Phones: • Office, 197; resld W. D. AXDBEWS, D.d Osteopatliic Physician aid I 'Located over Hub Billart! Phones: Office 18T,Eei.« E. A. ETIJfS, M. B, | Over Borchardt Drug i Phones: Residence 312, < Algona, Iowa, ! DENTISTS DB. H. M. OISOKi Dentist. Gas and novocaine used traction. Located over Chrtstensenl Phones: Business 166, i ' Algona, Iowa VETEEINAB1 1. W. FOX J. B. WINKE1 Veterinarian! , West State Street, J Phones: Office, 475-W.j raj ^— BUILDING CONTI COWAIf 4 SOJfH • General Contractors Estimates I Phones: Business, MACHINISTS! NORTON MACHINE ., , Machinists and Weld Service Stock W ;., Piston Rings, Pins, and West of Courthouae_ INSURANCE j 7 TUBE SUPER HETERODYNE *rft PHONOGRAPH \ RECORDS Over $15,000,000 worth of ' force. A home eomp City Property Ldan« F« Insurance. Real' CUNNINGHAM * 1 107 ,W. State St. JOE GBBEJfBEl . New and used-*'"" 1 Tires and Act---^., Hides. Fur ««Jfl •• —. IOKI - 8fi Mrs. Other Union. Opal Wheeler, St. Petersburg, 'Fla., who has been at Lakota with a daughter this summer, • came last week Wednesday to, visit her brother, Presley Sarchett. . Mrs. Robert Sarchet recently had a week's visit from her sister,'Mrs. Lewis T. Cook, Wichita, Kans., the and Stockport, and Macomb. 111. latter'e husband, and Mrs. Edith Rich returned last c f,jj,3 re;n . Thursday from John Gettman's, Burt, where she had spent a week. Mrs. Noble Mitchell, Marjorie and Donna Jean, and Mrs. Edward Rich, their three Edward, and Betty Jean, were Gettman guests Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson and their daughter Evelyn attended a recent family reunion at the Aeifelt Meyers home, near Ringsted. Other guests were the Louis Lowmans, here, the Fern Hulings, Britt. and the Lurhl Feeslers, Ringsted. Mrs. Meyers was Hazel Nickerson before marriage. Koad graders are again at work on the road between Whittemore and Cresco township, after a several days layoff because of mud. They work night and day. Full $iz« Console of beautiful Walnut—Th« most ovisUndins Radio Value we h«ve ev«r been able to offer . . . Complete with tube*. Limited number -sthii offer good while nier> chandise lasts. ^ U' 1 > •^J !)•"•> $300 or less o btaln *L s Furniture, Automobile? For additional write, or Federal Flnauce vjVj NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PAETNEBSHIP TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:' You are hereby notified that the firm ,of Cunningham & Lacy, a co- partnership composed of A. L. Cunningham and H. J. Lacy engaged in the general insurance, real estate and loan business at 107 West State Street, Algona, Iowa, was dissolved by mutual consent and agreement on the 2Qth day of. August,. 1832, The above named business will te continued iby A .L. Cunningham as sole owner under the trade name of Cunningham & Lacy. 60-63 C?reat Racfio. Using latest type tuUfc namic speaker . carried from room t compact model easily room. LOW in cost— HIGH in results. GAMBLE STORE *» • IE Slid Barnard, Manager W*t

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