Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1932 · Page 2
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KQaatftif (frhfiy APV. George W Patterson Republican Candidate for the State Senate from the 47th District: Kossuth, Clay, Emmet, Dickinson and Palo Alto Counties. Senator Patterson is a farmer and Iowa's acknowl- of the farm fight for tax edged leader forces in the justice. The Secretary of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation in xeply to a letter from a Clay county fanner said: "I doubt if there has been a man in the legislature during the last few years who has done more looking to the reduction of taxes than has Senator Patterson. He is an able floor leader and has had a great deal of legislative experience. We need more men in the legislature who will tight for tax justice as has Senator Patterson." He is pledged to support Governor Dan Turner's program of eliminating all possible waste of public money and the enactment of a state income tax to replace bur- "HARD TIMES" PARTY GIVEN AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, Oct. 25—The country (home o'f Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wadleigh was the setting for a hard times party 'Friday night, when the Kum- bak class of the Presbyterian Sunday scihool, Mrs. G. Jennings, teacher, entertained the Bible class. The home was decorated In Halloween colors, black cats, and witches, and everyone went dressed In as worn- out clothes as could be found. The entertainment Included music by the S. S. orchestra, a singing contest between the men and the women, a .pantomime, How to Select a Wife, and other games. Mrs. H. Von Draska, In a costume of gunny sacks, and B. Jones were judged most poorly dressed of the guests and received prizes. Lunch supplemented by apples and watermelons grown on; the Wadleigh farm was served to 45 persons. Vrepnre for Declamatory Contest— Junior high school students are beginning work on declamatory selections for an elimination contest November 11 and the home evening conest November 22. County contests will be held the first week of December. The Delphian Literary society, of .the grammar room is giving its first program this week Friday. The main event Is a puppet show for which the boys and girls have made puppets, stage, and scenery. The show is a health play. Woman's Club Meets Friday— The Progressive Woman's club met Friday with Mrs. 'F. I. Chapman, a-nd an Imaginary trip around the world which the club Is taking was conducted through the East Indies by Mrs. Aaron 'Steussy' and through the Philippine Islands by Mrs. Paul Phillips. Mrs. .Casey Loss, Fruit Growers Suffer, Irvington Man Writes 'Irvington, Oct. 25—A letter from Silas Roney, former irvlngton man ( now engaged In fruit-growing, near Grandvlew, In the Yaklma valley, Washington, reports that fruit growers there are Buffering severely from the depression. There was a bumper crop, Mr. Roney having sev- eal tons of Bartlett pears, grapes, prunes, etc., on his ranch. A large percentage of the crop has, however, remained unpicked, since present prices do not pay ' for -picking, packing, and shipping. Mr. Roney wrote that grapes were selling at lOc a basket, whereas the baskets alone cost 4c, leaving only. 6c a basket out of which to pay wages 1 of pickers, packers, etc. Dinner Honors Two Women- Mrs. M. L. Roney entertained at 5 o'clock dinner this week Monday In honor of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Robison, and Mrs. Mary Harness. The latter recently returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Dltsworth, after a few "months with another dugher at Saguaohe, Colo. Other guests were the Rev. A. English, his daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, Mrs. William Greenfield, Mrs. Rome Robison, Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, Mrs. Frank Dltsworth, and Mrs. A.- McLean. Mrs. Loss sang three songs: I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen; In the Garden of Tomorrow; and The Little Old Church in the Valley. 'She also sang favorite Hymns of Mrs. Harness and Mrs. Robison. Conditions Bad In S. D.— William McCluskey, of Mitchell- densoine «rty. levies upon prop- VOTE FOR Algeria, formerly Ethel English and a former music teacher here, sang a group of solos. Mrs. Burdette Agard, now also of Algona, and a Mrs. Toohey were also guests. Junior Leaguers Have Frolic— The Methodist Sunday school room was the scene of a merry party last week Monday evening, when the Junior Epworth League •met. Most of them went in Halloween costume, -and ghosts and witches were much in evidence. Appropriate games were played, and refreshments were served by Mrs. Baddeley, assisted by Alice Kuebler. Attend Funeral in AVlsconsln— William and Henry Marty returned last Thursday from Orangeville, Wis., where they attended the funeral of Conrad Babler, 80. Their mother, Mrs. Catherine Marty, received word the same day of the death of an aged sister-in-law, Mrs. Jacob Marty, Montlcello, Wis. ville, and his son Harry were Friday •night visitors at A. McLean's, en route to Esmond, S. D., to visit Mr. McCluskey's daughter, Mrs. Edward Lovell. Mr. McCluskey is a brother- in-law of Mrs. McLean. They stop- ped'over at the McLean home again this week Monday night on the way back, and reported conditions around Esmond critical, no crops due to lack of rainfall. Missionary Society Meets Friday— The Missionary society met 'Friday afternoon with Mrs. William Boldridge, eight members and three visitors attending. Mrs. V. J. sale. No admission will be" charged. Irving ton School Flung Prof r»m— iPauilne Black and .her. assistant, Marguerite Skllllngr, teachers here, plan to give a school program aoon. Because of the .large number of pu* plls and lack of room the program will be given at the church. Hnssell Frys Observe Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fry, Algona, entertained In Honor of their wted- ding anniversary Sunday. Guests were the Elliot and Fred Sklllings Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Gregson, and the Charles Harveya. Chip of Steel Invades Eye— Loren Rutledge, blacksmith, has been suffering from a piece of sharp steel which recently flew Into one of his eyes while he was at work. H< had a similar itijury last spring. To Serve Corn-Husking 1 lunch— The Aid, with the cooperation o the girls' club, will serve lunch at > corn-husking contest this week Wednesday at C. R. Schoby's. Iilttle Girl Has Chlckenpox— ' •It is reported that Camilla, *ma daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. B Frankl, Is out of school with chick enpox. ' Other Irvlngton News. The Rev. A. English preached follow-up sermon Sunday on-the las verses In Matthew 6. The sermon was a conclusion to one begun a week ago Sunday, In which he used as text, Take no thought of your Life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body more than raiment? The text Sunday women attended local republican meeting at Burt last week Tuesday itternoon. Marian Aasgaard, -Forest City, •commltteewoman of the 8th district, talked oh Issues of the day. Each town In the county was veil represented and a large crowd attended. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Lone Rock, vice-chairman of the republican county central committee, called the meeting to order. The following progam was given: VocaJ solo, Mrs. Gaylord Shumway, AI- gona! piano solo, Mrs. P. F. Krlethe, Burt; talks by Miss Aasgaard,' Attorney L. A. Jensen, Forest City, Mrs. Howard French, Titonka, chairman of the women's division of the republican league in 'the county, and by Bertha Johnson, county auditor. School Honor Boll Issued— The filgh ; school honor roll nas been issued for the period covering twrfrfi* her daughter ttrise. , > Claude HAWks' i-eturned .16 W* home in Brockton, Mont, Saturday. He w*a Acddnipafited by W* file**, Mary Ellen Mariow, oldest dAuf hie* of .Lem Afarldw." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Btickaa, Mothes, spent a few day* ia*t week at William Fischer's. They are old friends since the Fischers lived- 1ft Des Mollies. •1* R. Roderick, Walter Krause, and Alex Radig left last week Ttiea- day on business to St. Paul, Minn., and 'Emory, Wls. They returned Thursday. .. .Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton attend' ed a birthday dinner at H. B. Morgan's, Algona, Sunday In honor of Mrs. Cotton's grandmother. The Harry Rahns drove to Fairmont Saturday, and the Glen Leep- ers, who have been visiting relatives, returned with them. Mrs. Qllle Tyler returned to her home In Council Bluffs Sunday after two months with her parents.vthe G idl, IE NOTICE W.D.ANDREWS has moved fell* office fooma to the GENERAL HOSPITAL and a.fialf blocks south of the Ford Gam*. BdWth'Harlfttt'gtiSeet At his new location hTiS tlttlie the pfrftdtictfof General Surgery, ObstetSS '"w. A. Sharps. The Glen Sharps and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Rtngsted, visited friends In Fort Dodge Sun- 4-H Burt Lively League was entertained by Beryl Sanders at SWS.^: "OT3 *S«S 35S2T5S-. 00 or above in four subjects is re auired for.listing. Pupils who made ^ . — .. . _^_ TT.nlnM was, Seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added unto you.' 1 ' Considerable damage to machinery and trees has been reported, caused by a heavy wind one night last week. Mrs. Percy Philp, Kanawha, is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsiey, near Burt. Mrs. Percy Sohichtl spent a few days last week with her.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus, Lu Verne. Schichtl was leader, and the topics Glen Hain is substitute mall car- India and Alaska were studied and discussed. Magazine articles on the topics were read by Mesdames Schichtl, Boldridge, M. L. Roney, and_K. iP. Roney. School Plans Halloween Program— Pupils of the Sill school, Dist. No. 4, will present a Halloween program under the direction of their teacher, Elsie Egel, next week Monday evening at 8:15. After the program, a sack social will be held. To all who do not buy sacks lunch will be for rier while Ben Terhune, regular,. Is taking an annual vacation. Mrs. Ralph Parsons spent last week Monday afternoon with Mrs. Morris 'Parsons. A 9%-lb. boy was born to' Mr. and Mrs. George Scuf fham Monday night. The Aid Will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Vern Barker. Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mrs. Samuel Reaper have recently been sick. Herman Lyons is employed for a few days at Tony Sorenson's. Ida L Peterson Republican nominee for County RECORDER Pastor Away on Vacation— The Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg with their children, are having two weeks vacation at Mrs. Wittenburg's former home, Springfield, 111. and other points. The Rev. I. G. Kitzman conducted services Sunday evening at the local Lutheran church. George Tflssen > T ot Bead— Last week'a mention of the death of Mrs. George Nissen, Iowa Falls, was misunderstood in the Advance office, and it was made to appear •that Mr. Nissen died a few days before his wife's death. This was a mistake. Mr. Nissen Is'Hying: Northwestern Has New Agent— B. F. S-nyder, formerly Owasa, is new C. & N. W. agent here. The amily has an apartment In the Lichty building. There are two chil- ren, a boy and a girl, both of high chool age. Alice Wolf In Hospital— The Fred Wolfs drove to Hampton Sunday to see Alice, reported sick at WANTED, OLD TUBES SPECIAL 15c Trade in on your old tubes. BJUSTROM'S Phone 520 LOST 20 IBS. OF FAT IN JtJSM WEEKS the Lutheran hospital. The Clarence Jurgensons, Corwlth, accompanied them. Appendicitis Patient Brought Homc- Mlss Armintha Johnson was brought home Saturday from Fort Dodge, where she had an operation for appendicitis the previous week. Foot Is Cut by Ax— Forrest Raney had a foot badly cut while he was chopping wood in the Llvermore woods Friday, Other Lu Terne News. Mrs. John Duerst, Mrs. M. J. Hoesley, -Fred Strelff, and Mrs. Henry Steussy, all of New Glarus, Wis., spent part of last week at Henry Kubly's. The two women first named are sisters of Mrs. Kubly, and Mr. Strelff is their brother. Mrs. Ada Robinson, who had visited her daughters, Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mrs. William Perkins, a month, returned to her home at North Platte, Neb., last week Wednesday. The Harry Lichtys drove to Fort Dodge with her. The A. P. Reubels were week-end guests at Hugh Colwell's. Kenneth Ruebel is coach and science teacher at Burnside, and Roy is taking his second year in the Fort Dodge Junior college. Teacher and Mrs. E. Zeltz, of the Lutheran parochial school, drove to Fairmont 'Friday. Mr. Zeitz returned Sunday, Mrs. £eitz remaining for a week with hqr parents. Mrs. Henry Pergandp and Carl Pergande, who recently underwent operations for appendicitis, are recovering at their homes. Mesdames William Baddeley, G. Rentz, H. Allen, and E. Lund attended a unit convention of the W. F. M. S. at Goldfield Friday. LAKOTA PAIR OBSERVE 25 TH WEDDING DATE •Lakota, Oct. 25—Sunday was the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, and plans were made to entertain the children and families at dinner, but the children added to the plajis and invited a few friends, who came In a group In time for dinner for a surprise. After dinner the afternoon ,was spent vis- ting and singing. Those attending were the Roy 'Farrlngtons, Montgomery, Lou Marquis, Ledyard, the Otto Koppens, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, Lorraine Smith, the, E. R. Worleys, the F. G. Torines, the J. H. Warburtons, Mrs. N. E. Noble, Marie Christensen, and the Rev. and Mrs. F. Q. Johnson, of Lakota, making 30 in all. Mr. and Mrs. Smith received sincere congratulations, and a set of silver knives, forks, spoons, and tablespoons. tea- Attend Union Club Meeting— Mesdames Delia M. Smith and J. H. Warburton were guests of the Union M. & D. culb at a 1 o'clock luncheon at Albert Jorgenson's lost week Wednesday. Miss Coate, who was principal of the Algona high school for many years, read a paper telling of a trip to the Hawaiian Islands two years ago. She gave many interesting incidents relative to the trip. A group of first and second graders, and their music teacher, from the Burt school entertained with motion songs. Mrs. Helen Vogel, of Burt, is now president of the Mrs. Mae West, of St. Louie, Mo., writes: "I'm only 28 yrs. old and weighed 170 Ibs. until taking one box of your Kruschen Salts Just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh 150 Ibs. I also have more energy and furthermore I've never had a hungry moment." Fat folks ehould take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass ol hot water In the morning before breakfast—it's the SAFE, harmless way to reduce as tens of thousands of men and women know. For your health's sake ask for and get Kruschen at E. W. Lu,sby's, A. H. Borchardt's, or any drug store— tbe coat for a bottle that last? 4 week* to but a trifl*. and if after tb* first bottle you are not Joyfully with results—money back. The George Thompsons, 'Ledyard, C. R. Mason, Algona, and the Jas. Zweifels, Corwith, were guests at W. B. Mason's 'Sunday. The' Burt Thompsons, Alden, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thompson, of Titonka, visited Sunday at Peter Thompson's. Margaret Ehmke is having a two weeks vacation from her duties at Fort Dodge, and Is visiting' her parents here. Mrs. Mary Hot went 'to Humboldt last week Wednesday for a week with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Ross. Mrs. Harold Nellsoh, Bobby Dean, and Dickie spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. William Stell, Algona. Dr. and Mr*: 3Bver«tt Sehultz, of visited ovsr Sunday at *he club. Junior Class Play Friday— The junior class play, A Poor Married Man, Is to be given at the schoolhouse Friday evening. The c/ist Is: Prof. Wise, the poor married man, William 'Ley; Mrs. Ford, mother-in-law, Dorothy- Clemans; Zole, daughter, Irene Werlnga; Billy Blake, college student, Melvln Schroeder; Jupiter, colored, Loren Sachs; Dr. Graham, country doctor, John Amelsburg; June, his daughter, college freshman, Beth Hamquist; Rosalind Wilson, college reporter, Luella Klocke. Missionary Society Elects- Mrs, 'F. Q. Johnson was hostess to the Methodist Missionary society | last week Tuesday afternoon at the parsonage. Officers were elected: President, Mrs. F. Q. Johnson; vice president, Mrs. Harry Moe; secretary, Mrs. A. Q. Smith; treasurer, Mrs. Guy Beemer; program chairman, Mrs. B. A. Clemans. The Lakota and Ledyard societies will entertain their unit at the local church Friday at an all-day meeting. Mrs. Smith 1 Loses Sister- Mrs. C. R. Smith received word last week Tuesday of the death of a half sister, Mrs. Fred Lentz, at Dows. Mrs. Smith and daughter. Mrs. Bob Heitland, of Buffalo Center, drove down Wednesday, return- Ing the same day. Funeral services were held Friday at Dows, a/id pects a fair share of the business from this community. Other Lakota News. The A. T. fi.uckels and the Harold Pierces drove to Ellsworth Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Pierce's 1 parents, the H. H. Keesees, where a family dinner was served In honor of the 'Pierces' fifth wedding anniversary. The Ward Dawsons, of Excelsior, Minn., who spent a few days visit- Ing friends and relatives at Aurella, stopped_h<sre on the way home for a visit" with Mrs. Dawson's parents, the C. R. Smiths. They went home Sunday. The Rev. Frank Johnson went to Buffalo Center last week Wednesday to attend a preacher's . meeting with the new district superintendent, W. G. Muhleman. The Joe Faulkners are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Alrec Buckholtz, and Mrs. -Faulkner is caring for the children and cooking while the rest husk corn. Lyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson, was sick with flu the past two weeks. He was threatened with pneumonia, but is almost recovered. William Trenary was badly bruised one day last week when his clothes caught in the machine while he was unloading corn with an elevator. ' The Rev. and Mrs. Frerklng attended a meeting of the Christian Education committees at Sioux City last week. C. R. Smith, who has spent the past year in New Mexico for his health, came home Saturday morning. Court Rlppentrop broke his arm •last Thursday while cranking his tractor preparatory to starting the corn picker. Mrs. C. R. Smith and son Raymond left for Minneapolis Monday to buy Christmas goods. Mr. and Mrs. Art Scbissel went to Iowa City Friday to attend the university homecoming. The Rev. Mr. Johnson was ill la»1 the roll are: Freshmen, Helen Lewis; sophomores, Margaret Householder, Colla Jane HolUster, Margaret Gladstone; seniors,- Marvll Marlow, Berneyce Roderick. Grade school honor roll students are: Second grade, Virginia Frye, Kathryn Mae Householder, Merrill Miller; third grade, Maxlne Flalg, Dorothy Hobson; fourth grade, 'Oorls Mae Blanchard, Mary Jane Hoflus, Dorothy Jensen, Ruby Nelson, June Rahn; fifth grade, William Householder, Juanlta Wegener, Earl 'Far- rls, Wallace Hobson, Vdola Sprank; sixth grade, Betty Marlow, Arnold Reilly, John Sprank; seventh grade, Cheater Simpson; Marian Jensen; eighth grade, Bernard Reilly, Shirley Marrow. School Chorus Is Organized— Miss Dunn, local music Instructor, has organized a mixed chorus in the high school as follows: Sopranos, Evelyn Blestedt, Margaret Householder, Marvil Marlow, Dorothy Dacken, 'imogene Roderick; altos, Evelyn Blerstedt, Margaret House- stedt, Muriel Long, Coila Jane Hol- Uster, Margaret Gladstone; tenors, Roy Leeper, Lawrence Rath, Jack Tibbets, George Long, Harold (Far- rls; basses, Maynard Genrich, Verne Dacken. School Flower Garden Planned— The P.-.T. A. is sponsoring a school flower garden. Work has been started by William Cameron, janitor, who has planted walnuts and walnut trees. Some bulbs have been planted but lack of material halts progress. Anyone having bulbs, shrubbery, or flowers of any kind, wishing to donate may do so by re- 'portlng to the chairman of the committee, Mrs. James Ackerman. Show Cattle at Kansas City- Mrs. Llllle Worthtngton day to visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank Dlettloff, Hampshire, IlV Mr; and Mrs. 'Frederick Sehultz had as Sunday guests Mr; and Mrs. A. F. Meinzer, Amerlt, Minn. Mrs. William Fish, of Whlttemore, spent last week Thursday and Friday at J. M; Blanchard's. A, A. Krueger attended a Standard Oil meeting at 'Enrmetsburg last week Wednesday; The Jay Goddens visited the Roy Gdddens,, Fairmont; Sunday. on yoUr old lamp for a new Alladin Mantel Priced at $5.75 and up Sexton This special is good until the 10th of November Kohlhaas Hardware s f P. M. Chrlsterison, his son Mervyn, and Maynard Genrich drove to Mason City Sunday where Mervyn will again join Lester Kearns. They will leave with their show cattle Tuesday, first showing in Omaha, Neb., then at Kansas City, Mo. Arm Is Broken In Fall— Marvin, 12-year-old son of the Henry Kuecks, north of town, fell from the new corn crib being erected on his' father's .farm, and broke his wrist a week ago Monday. Basketball Practice Started— Basketball practice started last week for the local team. The schedule will appear next week. Other Lone Rock. James Knoll, Good Hope, William Knoll and daughter Ardith, of Lone Rock, drove to Iowa City last week Wednesday to be with the Mr. Knoll's father, William Knoll Sr., A public supper and a bazaar conducted by the Aid last Thursday, night was well attended, and $58 was cleared. More than 100 persons were served at supper. The sale auctioneer was Henry Nelson. . Alberta Grosenbach, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. 'Fernley Runchey,' drove to Humboldt. 'Saturday to bring tip Helen Morrow, who now lives at Des Moines. She was a supper guest of the Grosenbachs, as were also Dolph Miller and the Runcheys. Helen, who Is taking nurses'' training, went home : Sunday. The Orren Johnsons, of Wesley, spent the week-end with Mr. Johnson's -mother, Mrs. Lottie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Nearing spent Sunday at Laurence Johnson's, near Renwlck. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley and. Mr. and Mrs, Bert Sanders went to Omaha Monday on business. There was roller-skating at the local hall Saturday night. * Jessie, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman, has been sick since Friday. i Choir practice was held last Thursday night at the home of Marie Harris. The Albert Grosenbachs were Sunday dinner guests of the W. A. Dut- tons, Algona. Mallard Snyder has lost a number of hogs with cholera. He had them vaccinated last week, but it was too late to save all of the drove. Amos Angle received a car of cattle Monday. Lena Warmbier, Lu Verne, spent ast week with her sister, Mrs. m Cunningham. The Cunning-lams spent Sunday at" -Lu Verne with Mrs. Cunningham's mother. Bargain Week We are throwing a big party. It is a carnival of bargains. A bargain feast for deflated pocketboOks. You are all invited. For over a month I have been asking wholesale houses to help. Writing to heads of departments for special prices on goods for spot cash. As a result we have a store full of the greatest bargains you ever saw under one roof. ' I know that people can not afford to . pay regular prices for anything this fall. Yet families/must have shoes, overshoes, stockings, underwear,, sweaters, and warm clothing of all kinds. I am making prices to correspond with the times. Your dollar will buy $2.00 worth of goods at this sale. This is a regular hard times party. We are forgetting all about profit. Our only thought is to supply families with shoes and clothes this fall and hope for better times next year. This is a year to give and take to help one another. We must all pull together like we used to years ago. There will be pleijty of time to think, of making money when this depression is over. Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man*' Algona, la. week with an attack of flu. who underwent an operation Thursday. Ardtth will remain till he is satisfactorily recovered. Ersel Blanchard, accompanied by er grandmother, Mrs. H. A. White- illl, Burt, drove to Qulmby Friday, "isltlng at John Sone's. Little Bevrly Jean Sones returned with them Saturday to- visit her grandparents, .he J. M.. Blanchards. Mr, arid Mrs. Fred Genrich and Mr. and Mrs. John'Sprank attended a mall Carrier's farewell party In Titonka -Tuesday evening in honor of • James Breen, who Is retiring from service. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Earing, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, the George Pettlts, and granddaughter Phyllis, and Harriett Fish drove to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Art Davis. Teachers vacationing over the week-end were Juanita Dunn .and Floy Jones at Iowa City, attending•homecoming, and 'Florence Householder visited relatives in Cedar Rapids. Rose Krause and friend, of Hum- parental 3. <&. 8£hu!tss home. Leonard Caldwen, of Maynard, vteited his »lster, Jfcrs, John PW1- Upe, laat ww*. Mrs. Smith and her brother, Frank Schroeder, of Spirit Lake, attended, returning Saturday. New Grocery Proprietor- Harry, son of the Sam.uel Warburton, of : Swea City, bought the grocery stoclc and business of Virgil Blomster and will manage the store -here. The store opened for business Saturday and Harry served free coffee and cookies to all callers. He will make hi? home in Lafeota and ex- Opening of New Titus Service On No. 18, N. E. Corner of Algona. Saturday, Oct. 29 We will have treats for all on our opening day. We are handling Call Had See Us We will appreciate your STATE OF IOWA Executive Department. A PROCLAMATION. By the Governor: Pursuant to law, I Dan W, Turner, Governor of the State of Iowa, de hereby proclaim, make known and give notice that at the general election to be held on the Tuesday, next after the first Monday In November, A. D. 1932, it being the eighth day of November, A. D. 1932, the following offices are to be filled by the vote of all the electors of the State, to-wit:' The office of President of the United States; The offlee of Vice-President of the United States; The office of Senator to the Congress of the United States from the State of Iowa; . .The office of Governor of the State of Iowa; ' : •*"./. The' office of Lieutenant-Governor of the State of Iowa; The office of Secretary' of State ol the State of Iowa; The office of Auditor of State of the State of Iowa; The office of Treasurer of State of the state of Iowa; The office of Attorney General the State of Iowa; The office of Secretary of'Agricul- ture of the State of Iowa; The office of Railroad Commissioner of the State of Iowa; The office of Judge of the Supreme Court of the State of Iowa; Three Judges for full terms and one Judge to fill vacancy, I further proclaim, make known, and give notice that at said general election 'so to be held on the 8th day of November, A. D. 1932, the following offices are to be filled by the vote of the electors ot" the several Congressional, Sevatorlal, Representative and Judicial Districts, to-wlt: By vote of the electors of the foj- lowing Congressional Districts: The office of Representative In Congress from the First Congressional Dietrict; ' ' The office of Representative In Congress from the Second Congressional District; The office of Representative In Congress from the Third Congressional District; The office of Representative in Cpn- grssg fronv the, Fourth Congressional District; The office of Representative In Congress from the Fifth Congressional District; The office of Representative In Cpn- The office- of Judge of the District Court as follow*: The Third Judicial District, one Judge for short term; i The Fourth,Judicial District, one Judge for short term; The Fifth Judicial District, one Judgo for short term; The Eighth Judicial District, one Judge; ••• . The Ninth Judicial District, one Judge for ihort term; The .Twelfth Judicial District, two Judges; and one Judge for short term,' The Thirteenth Judicial District, one Judge; \ , The Fourteenth Judicial District, one Judge; ' • The Fifteenth Judicial District, one Judge; and one Judge for short term, Th.e Twentieth Judicial District, on» JU The ! Twenjty-nrat Judicial District, •. niiarqivi-v, 'all electors thrc the state' and threughout the --•-,., districts herein especially "?!?„/The take due nctice. and-the sheriffs of tne several counties-Will take official1 notice : hereof and be governed accord'"^Testimony Whereof, I Have hereof unto set my hand and caused to o» affixed the Great Seal of the State 01 Iowa, Done at Dei Molnes, TO the voter* mi;-AT \ ,-•."".••• Governor, AtteVt; G. C. GBBENWALT, Secretary of state. •HBJRIFF'8 PBOCLAMATIO.V. pf Kossuth county, .the law awMhejfro; svernor o _ _ above, Ii vey"~iinerFff of Kossuth county, w'j; do hereby Issue this proclamation the electors of thl» «o« nt yL, pea na m- 'That in addition to the offices »»» ea to the proclamation o the Boy^i olamatlon o« the governor of the of Iowa, as found published above, the , of the opunty and •w*f vi *° tr > , elect- aw.to.De flj»ed - 'bya vote of i he e w ors of ,»ald county and dte trlcts .»» »„, said • generalWct on- ftf? a ffi$*W Tuesday ne^'after 1 the ". r . a \.J^ g tlw in November, A, Dv 1932. " »><»ns The office of Representative in Con- Di e t S i t'° m the 8ev * ntl> Congressional The office of Representative In Con- Bress from the EJfhth Congressional The office of Representative'I* Con- Dlstrl f r ° m th6 Nlnth C 9 n *resslonftl By the vote of the electors of the following Senatorial Districts: C °The office of county The P«lc? of county The. office of county The office of county coroner. , The q«lce. of member of «upervi«or» ?™ m for the regular term 99. The pffice of »«R* erB tor the regular term , 8, 1988-' * th bott rd «< The office of wp^j,! 0 .^ dutricti **J • . — — T .--._. —..,..w... supervisor from the *•'*»;;.„ janu* 1 ''' , In t l le SS,? 8 * 01 ^ 1 D }?tr!cts numbered the regular term be^inpinK Jfto 5f c 2^' T ,T hlrdl ^ourthj Fifth. Sixth. » ? .».*^ y * " ^ --* fljSj^tS^SS^-^te&^tfciWtoMjtfc: Twenty- ' fifth T n'TOoU*., Tt;ii""™'t l ,*'i .'i'v«)(".y"»eyeinn, lSrv"f itfili" n «&o«r twenty-eighth, Thlrty-flrst Thlrtv-seai WW" fi *rf : t.' . .. . n f th« P 6 * 5 *' ^ghthand^ty^th; ^w|| &$A?*&\& <* T r n ^ CQUBtfeji pf Polk, Woodburv Linn. Rnntf " DAit-_;_»»?!?.' ^JSrwMWFJTi Linn. 'Scott, Black -- •

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